Trans-Siberian I: pinhole

First post of a coming series from my Trans-Siberian journey. This with a few pinhole shots.

Why I do this? It’s the closest I get to producing suggestive images from nothing. If I could draw, I’d use charcoal. But I can’t, so I use Tri-X.

6 Comments on “Trans-Siberian I: pinhole

  1. Great moody shots! Love them. It’s hard to pick a favorite here, but I could go with the first shot. A village? Outskirts of town?

    • Thanks. The first shot is a village really in the middle of nowhere, somewhere between Ulan-Ude and Khabarovsk (see map to get a feeling…).

  2. These are gorgeous and look like another era entirely. The image at the bottom right is my favorite, it really does look an image drawn with charcoal. Did you build your own pinhole camera?

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