A couple of pinhole prints recently discovered in batch of old work. Produced at a workshop I conducted at the Summer Fotoschool in Liptovský Mikuláš Slovakia, 2009 or 2010.
The paper negative was contact printed on a beautiful creamy textured FOMA paper from the Czech Republic that I’m certain is no longer available. Each approx 6×8”, and this is definitely one of those times when the prints look far far better than the scans.
The image was shot with a multi-pinhole camera, similar to the one used for the work from Finland posted yesterday. This one constructed from a Fuji Quick Load box (last photo). Each pinhole was exposed separately to build up a montage of exposures on the piece of photo paper.
Yes, that is me peering in from the corner of the image in the last one.