Photographer Thomas Hudson Reeve shoots pinhole photographs in a pretty interesting way -- rather than using photo-sensitive paper or film inside a separat

Pinhole Cameras Made with Photo Paper

Photographer Thomas Hudson Reeve shoots pinhole photographs in a pretty interesting way -- rather than using photo-sensitive paper or film inside a separat

"Thomas Hudson Reeve’s pinhole camera is made out of photo paper itself."  I need to try this.

"Thomas Hudson Reeve’s pinhole camera is made out of photo paper itself." I need to try this.

Six month long pinhole exposure. Definately one to try at the office . . . just need someone to drink the beer first!

Six month long pinhole exposure. Definately one to try at the office . . . just need someone to drink the beer first!

Michael Wesely's beautiful 34 month exposures. The pinhole camera was not touched or tampered with at all during the exposure.

Longest Pinhole Exposure Ever Is Also Most Beautiful

Michael Wesely's beautiful 34 month exposures. The pinhole camera was not touched or tampered with at all during the exposure.

Ever wonder what resulting photos would look like if you developed film with various liquids found around the house? Photographer Matthew Cetta does too, and he’s actually spent quite some time finding out. Cetta has been doing experiments through a project called “Photogenic Alchemy,” creating toy camera photos with wild aesthetics by developing the films with all kinds of random things — everything from lemon juice to Pepto Bismol.

Ever wonder what resulting photos would look like if you developed film with various liquids found around the house? Photographer Matthew Cetta does too, and he’s actually spent quite some time finding out. Cetta has been doing experiments through a project called “Photogenic Alchemy,” creating toy camera photos with wild aesthetics by developing the films with all kinds of random things — everything from lemon juice to Pepto Bismol.

Uma Câmera Pinhole de Lata de Sardinha

Uma Câmera Pinhole de Lata de Sardinha

Pinhegg, created by Francesco Capponi, is a pinhole camera crafted from an eggshell. The “camera” is only good for one shot and must be sacrificed in order to reveal the image.

Pinhegg, created by Francesco Capponi, is a pinhole camera crafted from an eggshell. The “camera” is only good for one shot and must be sacrificed in order to reveal the image.

From my understanding of pinhole cameras, is that it only has a simple camera without a lens and with a single small aperture. With the hole so small, the in my opinion makes the images look like a zoomed in magnified glass image.

From my understanding of pinhole cameras, is that it only has a simple camera without a lens and with a single small aperture. With the hole so small, the in my opinion makes the images look like a zoomed in magnified glass image.

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