I love all cameras pinhole. I’ve built a ton of them, the photo above coming from one of the 35mm variety. Here’s the math: me + pinhole camera + interior shot + no tripod = super blurry newlyweds. Squared.
Groom: “How much did we pay that photographer?”
Bride: “Nearly ten bucks. His prices are astronomical.”
Groom: “I’m not sure he’s worth more than seven-fifty.”
Bride: “Did he leave the lens cap on again?”
Groom: “Not exactly… still, the open bar might have been a mistake…”
About this image: 35mm pinhole film scan – moderately modified
Aww I like this one. It was our friends Kelly and Ian’s wedding and I was maid of honor. It POURED and our dresses were soaked but it was still a great day.
Yeah… I felt kinda’ sorry for them (they were hoping to have their wedding outside at the botanical garden… but…)
It was still a nice wedding, though. 🙂
Yeah it all worked out. 🙂
AS long as they are still married.
so far, so good, Bearman! 🙂
I love that ghost guy over on the right! I think he’s blowing smoke up their….
That’s the real photographer. His camera had a lens and everything! 🙂
Yeah I agree w/ Jillsy – such a cool effect!
Love how you two discuss the wedding via the web. I can’t even get my husband to read my blogs, let alone comment. When he does, it’s like Christmas & my birthday, all rolled into one!
Thanks, Dishy – I appreciate that very much!
Yeah, we’re dorks. But I am a very lucky dork! 🙂
Awww… we are both lucky dorks. 😛
I’ve never heard of a pinhole camera before. I think they need to work on the focusing apparatus though…
Yeah, that’s the biggest trick to the whole thing. That and determining exposure time. And some other stuff, too, I guess. 🙂
It’s lovely. Yesterday’s image and today’s are very much to my personal taste.
Thank you so much, S.E.!
That is very nice to hear!
Cool shot and the effect is sweet. It can be duplicated in Photoshop, but knowing it’s the real thing makes it much cooler…go figure.
Thanks, Mr. J!
You said it, sir – throw a few blur filters at a photo and there you go! Add a little warp or distort and you’ve even got a curved “camera” effect. Sometimes it is fun to go old school, though. I love the simplicity of it all. 🙂
Wow, a pin camera you say? Sheez, that’s my world through Loon inebriated glasses.
My loony vision is pretty strong, F.L.! 🙂
Pinhole camera = me without glasses.
*blink blink blink* 🙂
Thank you very much, N.M.! 🙂
i jus love this..the muted colours the feel…the composition everything….cooool
Thank you so much, Sonny –
I thought this one had a decent feel about it…