Digital pinhole photography is a nice escape from my every day shooting for stock.
I have never made my own pinhole camera, but I was always experimenting with cameras I was using at a time. I used to shoot pinhole images with 35 mm slides and 4×5 Polaroids, but I got a little bit more serious with my digital SLR camera.
Pictures in this gallery were shot about 6 years ago with Canon EOS 10D, my first DSLR camera with a pinhole installed on a camera body cap. Exposure times were from 15 to 30 seconds with a desktop lamp, a small flashlight, a piece of white board as a reflector and some fabric as a background. Photoshop was used to remove dust and add a dry brush effect.
I tried a similar setup and Photoshop dry brush filter with my current camera, Canon 5D Mark II, but did not get so nice results. Too many pixels? I need more experiments or just find my old Canon 10D.
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Fort Collins was hit by two snowstorms in the end of October and early November of 2011. This view of CSU Foothills Campus in snow and fog was shot after the second storm from the Centennial Road near Rotary Park.