Here’s another featured Pinholista for you to enjoy, in this case Balint Pfliegel. Balint was kind enough to allow me to chose the images for this post, which I hope you enjoy.
After yet another hiatus, down mainly to my laziness, I’m delighted to feature another Pinholista, Johanna Moore from Maine, USA. One of the things I enjoy most about this profile is the way Johanna describes how she went about her Kennebec River project. I hope you enjoy this post as much as I do (there are some great solargraphs, and a wonderful still life).
Its with great pleasure that I present my first impressions of the Miru cameras 35mm pinhole camera, although I should apologise for the shoddy scans. I was lucky enough to be sent this camera to test by David, the mind behind Miru, and here are my first results.
Details of an exhibition in Berlin, featuring the supremely awesome Larissa Honsek (Novemberkind). The exhibition runs from 5th February to 18th March 2016.
Sometimes you have to venture to places that others have left behind. The memories of the people that once lived and worked there still exist in the rusting metal, the broken down buildings and the whispering of the wind in the trees. This is one such place, a place abandoned.