Pinhole photography: rediscovering a historic technique

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Focal Press, 1995 - Photography - 174 pages
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In this digital age, more and more photographers are rediscovering traditional artistic methods and Pinhole Photography is both an entertaining illustrated history and a practical how-to guide to this unique photographic genre. Detailed, easy-to-read chapters explain how to create pinhole cameras and images and how to manipulate pinhole images using a variety of photographic techniques.

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Best book ever...well maybe not that good but the best book about pinhole cameras...I think there are about three. Read full review


Pinholes History in Art
The 1960s and 1970s
The 1980s

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About the author (1995)

Renner is founder and director of Pinhole Resource, a non-profit organization dedicated to sharing information about pinhole photography. He is also founder and co-editor of The Pinhole Journal, published three times yearly.

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