Pinhole photography is one of the oldest photography techniques out there that continues to capture interest from camera artists and experimentalists alike. As we celebrate World Pinhole Photography Day, we feature Andrea Taurisano's lensless photographs.
Andrea's been a huge fan of analogue photography and an experimentalist on the Lomographic aesthetics. He goes after nature and the human landscape of various places. He mentioned to Lomography Magazine that he's been. Andreas currently runs Il Cimento Fotograf, a photo gallery in Trondheim, Norway and a website dedicated to all things analogue and film camera where people can drop by and share their love for analogue photography with Andreas.
Being an avid user of the Lomo LC-A for the last two years, Andrea has also been tinkering with the Diana F+ camera and pinhole photography. Many of Andrea's Diana Pinhole compositions were taken throughout his travels. Inspired by photographers such as Daido Moriyama and Jacob Aue Sobol, his pinhole photographs are drenched in black and white.