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Katie Cookie in “Arrangements in Black and Grey” Show at Fox Talbot Museum

Posted May 10, 2013 in Exhibitions + Pinhole

Photon Detector favorite Katie Cooke is showing some of her pinhole work at the Fox Talbot Museum: Visit our upper gallery to see our current photography exhibition. ‘Arrangements in Black and Grey’ invites you to explore the relevance of black and white photography in the 21st century through a collection of beautiful images from six […]

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A Five Minute Introduction to Pinhole Photography

Posted March 31, 2012 in Pinhole

By Nancy Breslin (via Katie Cooke)

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Katie Cooke’s "Balancing Act" pinhole show, Edinburgh

Posted June 23, 2010 in Exhibitions + Pinhole

Relentlessly awesome photographer Katie Cooke‘s Balancing Act series of pinhole photographs opens 3 July, 2010 at Axolotl, Edinburgh, Scotland, and runs for the month. Cooke writes, “This is a show of my long exposure self portrait pinhole photographs, mostly from the Balancing Act series that I made between 2006 and 2007, exploring the gain, loss, […]

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Gallery of amazing homemade pinhole cameras

Posted September 13, 2009 in Camera Hacking & DIY + Pinhole

Check out this gallery of amazing pinhole cameras that I think are homemade, probably by a designer named Hyun Kwanghun. But I’m not sure because I can’t read Korean. Very cool stuff though! Via Chris Keeney

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Free one-day f295 photography seminar, San Francisco, US

Posted August 20, 2009 in Pinhole + Workshops

August 29, 2009 brings F295’s first west coast event. F295 has partnered with San Francisco State University to bring you a free seminar on 21st Century Photography. This will follow the same format as other F295 events- a day long event which exclusively features photographers talking about their work and the inspiration, ideas, and rationale […]

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Camera review: Holga 120 WPC

Posted June 26, 2009 in Kit/Equipment + Pinhole

Check out this review of the Holga WPC (Wide Pinhole Camera) at HolgaBlog. Related: Holga WPC group on Flickr

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Today is Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day

Posted April 26, 2009 in Pinhole

Make some pinhole photos, pick your best one, and upload it to the WPPD gallery (free)! Don’t have a pinhole camera? No problem! There are workshops and exhibits of pinhole photography all over the world today where you can build or use one, check the events listings for your area. If there’s nothing near you, […]

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Francesco Capponi’s “Abracadabra” tophat pinhole camera

Posted December 18, 2008 in Camera Hacking & DIY + Pinhole

Check out Francesco Capponi‘s latest homebrew madness, a curved-plane top hat pinhole camera. You can see pictures of, and photographs made with, the Abracadabra in this set on Flickr. Capponi has also made pinhole cameras out of a pine nut, a birdhouse, origami, and a tree. Nice hacking!   Related: Weird pinhole camera roundup here […]

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Thomas Graichen’s “An der Grenze des Lichts” (“The Liminality of Light”) exhibition, Berlin, DE

Posted November 6, 2008 in Exhibitions + Pinhole

Thomas Graichen is having a show of mostly pinhole and long-exposure photography as part of the 3rd European Month of Photography Berlin. He writes: If you are in or near Berlin (Germany), I would like to invite you to my second solo exhibition called “An der Grenze des Lichts” (“The Liminality of Light”), which is […]

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Pinhole photography workshop with Even Reece, Manukau, NZ

Posted November 2, 2008 in Pinhole + Workshops

Don’t miss this great opportunity to take a pinhole workshop with Dr. Evan Reece at Te Tuhi in Manukau City, Aotearoa/NZ. I’ve followed Reece’s work for some time on f295, and it’s excellent. The nature of pinhole photography, with its hand made cameras, lies more in serendipity than automated control. In this workshop we will […]

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