K&I No. 2 (pinhole)

Here is the last of my K&I images…

Lenses?! We don’t need no stinkin’ lenses!

I’ll have other pinhole photographs to share in the future… I’m building a new 35mm pinhole camera as I type. Well, not at exactly the same time; I’m not much of a multi-tasker. Anyway, this one’s made-o genuine wood, which should hold up better than its cardboard predecessors. AND it should be completed in time for worldwide pinhole day (April 24)! Huzzah!

How many cameras would a wood chuck chuck if a wood chuck could chuck cameras?

About this image: 35mm pinhole film scan – moderately modified


19 thoughts on “K&I No. 2 (pinhole)

  1. Such a surreal, dreamy quality to these. And that fireplace on the left looks amazing. Granted, b/c of the nature of the photo it’s a bit difficult to truly appreciate, but you get a sense of its magnificence. And I think I like it better that way. Another wonderful post, Inky!

    • You are far to kind, Dishy!
      It’s a very cool fireplace – open on both sides – at Lumiere Place, in downtown St. Louis.
      I enjoy just how simple these cameras are – basically a light-tight box with a hole (no bells or whistles there). Which is fun, sometimes. 🙂

  2. I like this one, especially because of the way Kelly is standing and how she is lit with the window. It is very dreamy…

  3. Nice. Over the years I have kept most of my ‘crappy shots’ and have started re-visiting them. These out of focus and blurry shots of mine are proving to be interesting. I still have an affection for tack-sharp photos, but the former duds are proving to be useful. Which is a long way of saying that I am digging these.

    • Thanks Mr. J!
      It’s funny you should say that – I’ve been noticing the same. I’ve got some shots I nearly threw away immediately after taking them, but now I’m kinda liking them / finding them useful in one form or another. 🙂

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