A Brand New Lomography Website In Celebration Of Pinhole Photography

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What perfect timing! We have been working hard on a new site to introduce analogue newcomers to the wonderful world of pinhole photography, and with just a couple of days to go before Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day 2013 on April 28th, the site is ready. Head to www.pinholephotography.info for an overview of the very best tips, tricks and pinhole interviews from Lomography's history!

Credits: lostlittlekid

Designed for those new to pinhole photography looking to get the best tips and experimental ideas in one place, our new site www.pinholephotography.info showcases a select group of pinhole articles and includes galleries of our favorite pinhole shots.

Pinhole photography is a type of photography which goes back to the roots of what we all do as analogue photographers. It’s a primitive, exceptionally simple but awesomely creative way of taking photos. Some of the most playful and exciting tipsters we’ve featured on the Lomography site have been connected with pinhole photography. From Francesco Capponi’s breathtaking Pinhole Egg, to stratski’s recent Panopticam and Lostlittlekid’s Film Box Pinhole, we are constantly amazed and grateful for the perfect pinhole tips you share here.

With Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day happening in just a couple of days’ time on April 28th, we’d love for you to check out our site at www.pinholephotography.info and try out some pinhole photography for the big day. Maybe it also inspires you to come up with your own Pinhole tipster!

Credits: bccbarbosa, meryl & maria_vlachou

written by tomas_bates on 2013-04-26 in #news #pinhole-photography #pinhole-site

3 Comments

  1. alloftheabove
    alloftheabove ·

    Hi @tomas_bates - have you tried opening the new webpage on an ipad?

  2. adi_totp
    adi_totp ·

    woo hoooo!!

  3. cc-in-paris
    cc-in-paris ·

    @tomas_bates the website looks verrrry nice!

    however... on the old version there was instructions on how to assemble the DIY art combo pinhole paper camera. I just got one, on sale and without instructions, and now I cannot continue to assemble it... please help!!

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