This post has been a long time coming, mainly due to me being distracted by work and not having enough time to translate some of the content. Shortly after I launched pinholista.com I was contacted by Cédric Duhez about his project with another French photographer. Sébastien Béghin. What was instantly intriguing about their project was the size of the camera and the eventual size of the images they are creating. Hopefully you’re now intrigued as well, so carry on Pinholista.
I have been delighted during December to receive gifts that I bought for myself, through Kickstarter, the Ondu 135 panoramic pinhole camera, and the Lumu smartphone lightmeter. Here are my first thoughts are using both to shoot a roll of film whilst walking through Norwich.
Welcome to the first Pinholista city guide, and what better place to start than my home town of Norwich. Norwich is the county town of Norfolk, on the eastern side of the UK (the top of the bump), and is commonly known (at least to me) as the pride of Anglia! Norwich was once one of the most important towns in the UK, and the historical sites reflect that.
Another week, and another contribution on Pinholista from a fabulous pinhole photographer. This week I’m really delighted to welcome Jeff Soderquist. For many of you Jeff will require no introduction, he’s a passionate and creative photographer and I’m sure you’ll enjoy his work as much as I do.