September 6, 2012
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We have been asked to help publicise this competition, I can’t help thinking that demanding prints will be a problem but hey. what do I know.
The competition is organized by Trójmiejska Szkoła Fotografii TSF operated by TSF-Trójmiejskie Studio Fotografii Radosław Brzozowski.
The competition is open to all photographers. The photographs entered must be taken with a pinhole camera. Entries will only be accepted as prints. The minimal size for entries is 13x18cm. In case of entries printed in square format the minimum size is 13x13cm. In case of entries with non-standard proportions the longer side must not exceed 50cm. The application form can be downloaded from the organizer’s webpage
www.tsf.edu.pl as well as from the main sponsor’s webpage www.szlachetnafotografia.com . Competition entries should be sent to:
TSF Trójmiejska Szkoła Fotografii Al. Niepodległości 792/6 81-805 Sopot Poland
Marked ‘PINHOLE’ on the envelope.
April 24, 2012
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I am led to believe this is not a joke, there is a day celebrating pinhole photography, ……….why not a day for short fat bald blokes?
To celebrate Worldwide Pinhole Day, Silverprint will also be joining in with our very own Pinhole Day on Friday 4th May. There will be a workshop, special offers on all pinhole cameras and books, plus the debut launch of our 1st Silverprint Pinhole Competition with some fantastic prizes and interesting categories.
The workshop is free and will be held at 11am on Friday 4th May. It’s limited to 10 participants so you’ll need to be quick; please email firstname.lastname@example.org before Friday 26th April.
All materials will be provided, so just bring your creativity and have some fun!
Silverprint can be found here
March 24, 2011
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Fellow photography blogger Ed Verosky has a post about using a digital camera to produce pin hole photographs on his site today, an article by Joseph Ferreira. Pinhole photography has been a staple of those wish to experiment with photography almost since the birth of the medium. Turning your dslr into a pinhole camera is not too difficult and this article explains how. The great thing about doing this digitally is that the problems of exposure encountered when shooting film are minimised because you have instant review and can make adjustments to suit. There is another really useful site dedicated to pinhole photography here
Here are some digital pinhole photographs