The last pinholes from 2011

Precise date: Unknown. They were all exposed and developed in 2011 and were patiently waiting to be scanned. All on various brands and types of darkroom paper. All "shot" with home-made pinhole "cameras", made out of tin cans and other boxes.

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4 Comments

  1. riko55555
    riko55555 ·

    WOW

  2. riko55555
    riko55555 ·

    WOW

  3. adash
    adash ·

    @riko55555 Thanks. I didn't expect it to get so misty. I believe that mist is a reflection from the central part, falling on the sides and fogging the paper. It was curved inside, and it's white, so this happens very easily.

  4. riko55555
    riko55555 ·

    That's why we all love analogue photography!