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Steve Irvine’s ceramic pinhole cameras and vessels will be on view at Carnegie Gallery in Dundas, Ont., from September 6 through 29. Irvine’s creative process is connected to natural processes and Chaos Theory. Irvine’s ceramic pinhole cameras use photo paper … Continue reading
Through August 24, Newzones in Calgary is presenting their annual group exhibition, G’ddy Up! This exhibition, which corresponds with the Calgary Stampede, examines contemporary cowboy culture and the state of the “Wild West” today. The artwork presents a cosmopolitan “West” … Continue reading
Photographer Jaime Moore had an excellent, non-princess-y photo shoot idea for her young daughter. Did you know you can use a Raspberry Pi to do gigapixel photography? Penguins in Antarctica! Here are some neat pinhole cameras. This is a photojournalist’s … Continue reading
I have often heard people say that digital photography does not have the magic that film once did. In some ways I would have to agree. However, I think that you can still have fun, experiment with light and get … Continue reading
Pinhole caps are a great way to explore light while creating unique photos without the use of a lens. Lately I have found that I sometimes feel like I have a creative barrier with typical D-SLR photography. One of my … Continue reading
Erin Paysse created engrained in 2009 in Seattle with the goal of creating beautiful, unique objects. She builds beautiful pinhole cameras.Â See here work here.