Oleg Tarasov from Togliatti, Russia, became interested in alternative photography in 2006. Since then he has photographed by pinholes during his free time.
He shot hundreds of rolls of film and made thousands of digital exposures. He did what thousands of other photographers have done. But that's not what he wanted. So he started exploring pinhole photography.
Pinhole is a his way to show the true condition of the natural world, unsteady and uncertain, illusory and ephemeral. Just as when we are immersed in a stream, we do not notice the individual drops of water - we feel 'water'. Over time, we do begin to notice distinct currents in the larger stream. His pinhole photography is an attempt to communicate the entirety of surroundings - not as separate parts, but as a flowing wholeness.