Dave Symonds is a retired Lighting Designer. He holds two Associateships and a Fellowship of the Royal Photographic Society. From: Born in Birmingham England in 1948 and now living in Newton Stewart, Scotland. Shows: Bromoil, Mordancage, Oilprints, Photopolymer Gravure, Pinhole and Purell Transfer. Dave took up photography in 1985 with his main interest being in …
A wonderful journey of both photography and a country by Edward Levinson. If you’re looking for a present, get a personally signed copy!
Malin Fabbri builds and tests multi-pinhole cameras. An excerpt from Diffusion magazine, volume II.
Malin Fabbri argues that the limitations of a simple pinhole camera will release creativity and also hightlights some special qualitites a pinhole camera can add to your images.
The Roma picture book Romano Bumburumbum is a collaboration by Akademia Pstryk, The Children’s Society and a group of 7 to 14 years old talented Roma children living in East London. We talk to Jacob Garber from the Childrens’ Society about the project.
The myth: A pinhole camera cannot be used to make cyanotypes! Malin Fabbri confirms the myth.
You have a photographic negative on paper, from, let’s say a pinhole camera. You want to use it to make cyanotype or other alt. procs, so it needs to be made more transparent… how do you do this?
If you’re in the darkroom and have just developed a negative image, from say a pinhole camera. You wonder how to turn it into a positive image. This an easy step-by-step to how.
A book with pinhole photographs: Camera Obscura: Pinhole Photographs by Jan Kapoor
A book with pinhole photographs: The Intertidal World by Jan Kapoor