Zero Image 35mmPinhole Camera In my last post The Photo at Your Back I talked about some of the creative options a photographer has on location. One of them was using a pinhole camera. In today's post I decided to close the loop and share what difference that can make. The photograph below was captured with a 35mm pinhole camera. Those are not the most popular ones as the resulting photographs are more blurry than with larger formats and yet the cameras are not that much smaller.
Right there lies another creative option - the choice of format. However, this choice is usually made ahead of time and not on location. At least I don't bring all of my formats at the same time. On the contrary, for the last few years, I have really enjoyed a limited choice. Not only does it help me focus on photography instead of fiddling with gear it also offloads a lot of weight from my camera bag which my back appreciates a lot and so do I.
Pinhole Take on the Lava Rocks at Waiohai Beach
35mm Zero Image Pinhole Camera, Ilford PanF+ 50 Black & White Film.
What do you think? Does a black and white pinhole rendering change the mood of a scene a lot? If you are curious enough to find out, you can go a few posts back to Tropical Sunset and compare. It's pretty wild, isn't it?
Enjoy the beauty that surrounds you! (#etbtsy)