I recently sold my dear little Hasselblad after it was dropped by a friend. Now I’ve found the perfect replacement: a 35mm pinhole Hasselblad camera, made by Kelly Angood. All you need to do is download the pattern, print, cut and paste. I know what I’ll be doing this weekend.
I recently attended a lecture by photographer Vera Lutter and was floored by what an amazing talent she is. Known for transforming a room into a pinhole camera obscura chamber, she creates otherworldly images of the Manhattan skyline, airport runways and even a zeppelin factory. Vera’s stunning images of the Egyptian pyramids, taken using a suitcase as her camera, are my absolute favorites.
Ever wondered how to make a pinhole camera out of a pumpkin? Really? Well, wonder no more: ‘inspired by Eric Renner’s bell pepper pinhole camera experiments, and also the first day of Autumn, [Barks] made a pinhole camera out of a baking pumpkin’. Watch and be amazed.