First roll of Tri-X 400 exposed through a paper-made pinhole camera bought in Tokyo.
All images were shot handheld, in some cases holding the camera against walls or so. Exposure times of 1 – 5 seconds.
Category: Documentary and projects, Street photography Tagged: Andrea Taurisano, cimento, pinhole, Tri-X, Trondheim
What a strong feeling in these shots. I especially like the image with the white dog.
Thanks Chris. I’m really loving pinhole photography. Even mistakes lead to beautiful shots, as I’ll show in the next post.
Cool, can’t wait.
Dette likte jeg svært godt…gir en fantastisk stemning…du skjønner ka je meiner…ellers har du det bra…kommer du på mine kanter i løpet av høsten !!??
Takk Malvin. Jeg liker og den følelsen og stemningen i pinhole bilder. Ikke minst kombinert med den kornete Tri-X.. Vi møtes vel før eller senere!
Ottimi risultati, mi sembrerebbe. Continua cosi’!
Grazie, presto ne arrivano altre 🙂
Check this out – http://www.olivierpin-fat.com/portfolio.html – the most impressive photo of cat i’ve ever seen 😉
Yeah, I know and love that guy’s work. That cat is scary!
More power to you!
Thanx! More Tri-X and time would do 😉
Buon lavoro, Andrea. Complimenti.
You are making me want to shoot some film again!
Thans John! Go get some film, you’ll love to rediscover the joy it gives.
Great stuff. Good work :0)
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