Meet the A-Line Dress. All about all-over printing.

23rd November 2012

David O'Sullivan

Queenscliff, Australia

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I first started playing with digital pinhole photos a few months ago, they are a bit of fun but were never wide angle enough and were incredibly soft. My first attempts would not be useable for anything

I have started trying to improve on them and have made a way to make much wider angle photos and improve the detail quite a bit. There is still a way to go but I have enjoyed the process.

There is a certain aesthetic that is quite appealing with pinholes. I appreciate the simplicity of them in their most basic form as well as the ridiculousness of using a high end digital camera to capture an image like this. This image is still quite soft, some may say blurry I think its more dreamy!

I am trying to get my act together to shoot some more traditional analog B&W pinholes in the next week or so, They may get put up here if I can pull any images off.

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