The photographs in this gallery were taken with a pinhole camera. It is a camera with no lens, no light meter, no nothing. It is a wooden box with a tiny hole in the front and a cover over the hole. The photograph is taken by moving the cover away from the pinhole.
There is no viewfinder so I must guess at what will be in the photograph. It uses medium format 120 fils so the images are usually square. I also got a pinhole camera that takes wide shots, but I have not yet used it.
These shots are from a field near my home and are my first efforts with the pinhole.
This gallery is a self assigned project. I had two goals. One was to reveal human emotions through the use of line, shape, and color. The other was to stretch my own limits as a photographer. These are actually photographs. Let me know what you think.
I have put an explanation of how these were made on the blog page. Check it out.