Description This is a two second pinhole exposure of the main entrance to a gothic cathedral. I used my Zero Image large format film pinhole camera to record the image. Note the interesting and somewehat dark imagery that the pinhole camera captured of this stunning, world-class cathedral. The large negative size (4x5) and high-resolution scan of the negative allows very large and dramatic enlargements of this photograph.
Scott Speck, Baltimore, Maryland, USA Member Since November 2007 Artist Statement My website begins at www.scottspeck.com, and it includes links to my flickr photostream, more views of my pinhole photos, and other links.
I am a scientist, astronomer, mathematician, and engineer by trade, and a pinhole photographer by passion. Though I occasionally do "lensed photography", I generally do work with pinhole and zone plate cameras, where no lens is used. I work with either large format (4x5) or medium format film.
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