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Negative taken using a cardboard box turned pinhole camera. The negative then used in the darkroom to creative this positive.Resin coated black and white paper.2008
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bows Thank you :)
– Mathew Reed
Great work. I’ve only done that pinhole effect in photoshop…I must try the real way =)
Thanks! :) it’s pretty easy to do… provided you have dark room access haha. I enjoy not being able to see what you are shooting. So it can be a nice surprise. Trying to stay really still for ten plus seconds is a bit annoying though…
Great shot, and a handsome man
Haha, aww shucks, double thanks ;P
more than welcome :)
wow, love the real old fashioned feel to this. it looks quite sharp for a 10s plus exposure.lovely.
LOL I know, I could really imagine Chaplin shuffling along in the background or something. And thanks :P
works even better with this shot…. kudos……..b
Thanks Butch :] always appreciate your support.
Love this. The effect is somewhat Victorian. Terrific.
I know, I totally dig the style that it offers. Pfft who needs high tech digital devices when you have a cardboard box :P (Well… and all the darkroom chemicals…)
this is really quite nice. great job!
Why thank you very much! :3
Good portrait Mathew, and despite the uncertainty about framing, there’s not wrong with this one :) Extreme wide angle?
I truly love the randomness of pinholes. Well i guess there’s the maths to it to form some sort of control, but I much prefer just tossing something together and seeing what the results are. :)
I quite agree
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