In celebration of this year’s World Pinhole Photography Day last April 29, we made a very interesting, and rather challenging rumble for you guys and thankfully, a lot of you gladly obliged. So who ended up with the best photos for this challenge? Read on after the jump!
We wanted to make things more interesting this year so we decided to step it up a little and challenge you to take portraits via pinhole photography. Making use of your tripods, sticky tacks, elastics, and adhesives, you all took to the challenge and came up with interesting results. Prizes at stake are five fat piggies! Congratulations to the winners!
For more information on World Pinhole Photography Day, you may visit Pinhole Day.org.
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