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Pinhole and Acrylic Paint on Canvas

Experimental project.

One of my favorite things about pinhole is that it can capture a ‘while’, not just a fraction of a second. It’s a mini story, it’s something happening.

I made myself two selfportraits with an evident movement, a change, two moments in the same image. They turned more narrative than a ‘normal’ photo, so I decided to put them in context, more than the camera captured and complete the story.

I used analogue photoshop: BRUSHES, ACRYLIC PAINT, CANVAS, MARKERS and… VOILÁ! Welcome to the PINK ROOM and the BLUE ROOM, come on in:

Some details:

Original pinholes:

The making off:

written by susielomovitz and translated by susielomovitz

16 comments

  1. pomps

    pomps

    GREAT PIECE OF ART! VERY CREATIVE!

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  2. worried_shoes

    worried_shoes

    Cool!

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  3. nural

    nural

    amazing artwork indeed!!! I feel ashamed about having empty walls...

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  4. novakmisi

    novakmisi

    great, see my paintings !
    http://www.lomograph(…)o-on-a-film

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  5. eva_eva

    eva_eva

    i love this! :D

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  6. eva_eva

    eva_eva

    i love this! :D

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  7. fash_on

    fash_on

    great :D

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  8. livs-rodger

    A nice piece of mixed media, well done. How did you get the image onto the canvas?
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  9. willyboy

    willyboy

    The best thing about this is your sig.

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  10. susielomovitz

    susielomovitz

    THANK YPU VERY MUCH FOR ALL THE LIKES AND LOVELY COMMENTS!!!

    @livs-rodger First painted the background of the canvas with acrylic and then paste the picture, with ordinary glue, :D.

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  11. adi_totp

    adi_totp

    wooooooooow! very creative :)

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  12. dyluzo

    dyluzo

    Cool stuff I'm a painter and wanted to do some thing semular with my polaroids well now I have right ?!

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  13. ricah_018

    ricah_018

    "analogue photoshop" FTW!

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  14. monkeyalien

    monkeyalien

    that's very nice. im inspired to be creative with my pinhole. how long was your exposure for each picture? :)

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  15. icomewhenieatcaponata

    icomewhenieatcaponata

    how did you stick the photograph on the canvas?

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  16. susielomovitz

    susielomovitz

    First I painted the background with acrilyc, wait till it was completly dry and then I sticked the photo with glue.

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