1. Pinhole Caravan | ARTtube

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    from Ruimte Audiovisuele Kunsten Added 1 0 0

    Kunstenaar Lucas Kastelijn maakt analoge foto’s met zelfgemaakte pinhole camera’s. In deze video zie je hem aan het werk met één van zijn camera’s: een verduisterde caravan. Met dit magische apparaat onderzoekt Kastelijn de wereld, en legt hij door urenlang te belichten de achterkant van de werkelijkheid vast op groot formaat negatiefpapier. Het ontwikkelen doet hij in zijn atelier in de Willem II Fabriek. Een film van Jan van der Ven Media Regie/camera/montage: Jan van der Ven Muziek: Marijn Moerbeek Vertaling: Elena Brown

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    • Fotografía Estenopeica: Mariano Dalaison

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      Mariano Dalaison nos cuenta sobre esta técnica especial de fotografía y sobre su experiencia como artista. Enterate más sobre lo que hace acá: https://www.facebook.com/Imagen.Estenopeica.

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      • Gweithdai Pindwll / Pinhole Workshops

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        from mrspaul Added 6 0 0

        A series of pinhole photography workshops with Ysgol y Bont, a special school for young people with various learning needs at Oriel Ynys Mon. The workshops explored ideas behind the work of Renaissance artists included in the 'Venzia, Kyffin in Venice' exhibition. Funded by the Arts Council of Wales.

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        • The Pop-Up Pinhole Co. X Lydia Garnett

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          from The Pop-Up Pinhole Co. Added 2,016 10 1

          Photographer Lydia Garnett shoots on our new medium format pinhole model! Make Up: Bobana Parojcic

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          • Pinhole - Images of Memory

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            from Peter Gazey Added 45 0 0

            Pinhole - where photography began - is coming back. Now that everyone who can press a button or touch a screen can be a photographer, growing numbers are rediscovering the magic and the fun of projecting light through a tiny hole to capture an image. An image so different to what you’ve ever seen. With pinhole you craft, are hands on, but not wholly in control of, every stage of the image-making process. The camera can be a beanz can, a box, an old fridge or a room. A busy street can be emptied of traffic and hurrying commuters. None of them stay around long enough to be captured by light. The results - unlike memories - are always softened at the edges. Join the global fun on Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day www.pinholeday.org. Always the last Sunday in April. Made by community film makers Peter Gazey and Rose Ades as part of Waterloo Sights & Sounds, a project recording the activities of people living and working in the area. More information on our collaborative film making for community projects: petergazey@gmail.com

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            • 19th Century Tap Dance

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              from Jyl Kelley Added 32 0 0

              Jyl Kelley ‘s 19th Century Tap Dance is a multi-camera pinhole theater movie. Her photographic performances harkens back to a time when photography was considered modern magic.

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              • Holy Cloud

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                from Dan Klopp Added 84 0 0

                A short film photographed without a lens using pinhole techniques. (35mm, 16mm) Director, Camera, Editor: Dan Klopp

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                • Transits

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                  from William Mokrynski Added 834 15 1

                  ‘Panelaky’ is a colloquial term used by many in former Eastern Block countries to describe communist era apartment blocks, that can be found in almost every town and city of the former Soviet Union. These buildings were literally constructed with concrete panels. Spisska Nova Ves, Slovakia is no exception. These structures line the sprawl of the town marking the boundary between urban and rural. On the edges of town they loom and shadow over neighbouring farm fields... a continual reminder of a bygone era. 'Transits' is shot entirely on paper negatives with a hand built pinhole camera. The negatives were wet contact printed to create positive prints that were then scanned for video assembly. Texture in the images is entirely from the analogue printing process. The staggered and weathered look is reminiscent of early cinema, perhaps a film by the Lumiere Brothers; a recollection of another time – much like the sight of the ‘panelaky’. This film is the result of a collaborative effort between teacher and student. In July 2013, an intensive one week pinhole photography workshop was conducted in Spisska Nova Ves, Slovakia. The workshop, a part the the 17th annual “Summer Photoschool” held by the Dom Fotografie Liptovsky Mikulas, took students from the basics of pinhole photography through to some fairly advanced pinhole and darkroom techniques. The goal of the workshop was to reduce photography to its basic elements, demonstrating how simple and natural the photographic process can be. After building, testing, and learning how to control his new Illy coffee-can camera, Vladimir Slivka embarked on documenting the local terrain. The resulting stack of images largely revolved around the apartment blocks, the ‘panelaky’. A suggestion to him, that the pile of print experiments of these structures could make an interesting film, was the beginning of the collaboration; Slivka produced and directed the arrangement of the images, Mokrynski transformed them to motion. Slivka enlisted the help of fellow Bratislavcan, stroon, to craft a score specific to the piece. The result is a three-way homage to the panelaky of Spisska Nova Ves. More information can be found at the following: William Mokrynski Http://www.wmokrynski.com Vladimir Slivka http://visualmee.blogspot.com/ Stroon stroon.bandcamp.com

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                  • Videre 35mm instructional video

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                    from The Pop-Up Pinhole Co. Added 424 4 0

                    Purchase and download your Videre 35mm kit over on Etsy! >> https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/180396931

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                    • Welcome To Hard Times

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                      from Cleveland Print Room Added 121 0 0

                      The Cleveland Print Room presents "Welcome to Hard Times: Large Format Pinhole Photographs," by Vaughn Wascovich. Runs from Jan. 11th to Feb. 24th! Visit http://clevelandprintroom.com/ for more information

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