- Author:Eric Renner
- Publisher:Focal Press; 4 edition (November 10, 2008)
- Pages:272 pages
- Subcategory:Photography & Video
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- ePUB format1189 kb
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Poetics of Light: Pinhole Photography: Selections from the Pinhole . ne of the greatest photography reference books I have seen in a very long time. Now it's "From historical technique to digital application. And that change of subtitle is revealing.
Only 3 left in stock (more on the way). his book is absolutely bursting with information. Even just taking a quick flip through the pages and seeing the over 300 images by more than 100 artists, it is almost daunting to think that the entire book is written solely on the topic of pinhole photography.
Why I rated 3 is because I think the overall text is a bit boring and theoretical. The last section which contains examples from other pinhole photographers.
Christiaan Huygens, Traite de la lumiĂŠre, 1690 and of my grandmother. Š Eric Renner, Grandma Becomes the Moon, 20 16-inch pinhole photograph, 1976.
Title: Pinhole photography from historic technique to digital application, Author: Estenopeic, Name: Pinhole photography from historic technique to digital application, Length: 272 pages, Page: 1, Published: 2015-03-22. Christiaan Huygens, Traite de la lumiĂŠre, 1690 and of my grandmother. Pinhole Photography From Historic Technique to Digital Application.
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Pinhole photography – making a camera. An extract from Laura Blacklow’s book New Dimensions in Photo Processes written by Jesseca Ferguson and Walter Crump. In an age when experience is becoming more virtual, the handmade aspects of photography become more important to the maker and the viewer alike. Contemporary images may be hybrids that combine digital methods with hand coloring, collage, and a nineteenth-century technique or two. In this climate of experimental imaging, pinhole photography offers unique possibilities.
picture of the town exploding in a nuclear strike-glass lenses would have molten with the heat. To this end, we founded an association in 1984. We thought that this might be the only way to secure the means necessary to fi nance the work in form of donations. It did not turn out this way. The simplest administrational task asked too much of us so that the association dissolved in 1987. It is astonishing that we actually planned to put up the cameras-to approach the idea as mere fi ction or as a mental model apparently not being an option we considered
ISBN 13: 9780240810478. A respected guide for creatives, artists and photographers alike, Pinhole Photography is packed with all the information you need to understand and get underway with this wonderfully quirky, creative technique.
From Historic Technique to Digital Application. If you are looking for an in-depth explanation of pinhole photography, a detailed show-and-tell of how to create your own pinhole camera, or would like to advance your pinhole photography to the next level, this book is an incredible resource and certainly one every photographer should have.
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