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nice pinhole photography

A couple of weeks ago, at flatfile, I ran into a woman I used to work with, Dana Day, who has done some really nice pinhole work. She gave me a flyer for her upcoming shows (listed below) and it also has a note on it about World Wide Pinhole Day, which is April 25th. I am going to try to participate in it and build a cool camera with Juliana.

If you are in Chicago and want to check out some of Dana's pinhole work, you can catch her here:


  • DreamBox Foto & Gallery
    2415 W. North Ave
    Chicago, IL
    March 1 - 31, 2004

  • CCT Gallery
    1012 N. Noble
    Chicago, IL
    June 25 - September 17, 2004
    Opening Friday, June 25 5:30 - 7:30 PM

Also, BoingBoing (i believe) pointed me towards this cool old Czech pinhole camera model that takes 35 millimeter roll film called the Dirkon. Looks fun!

Comments

Here are a few more cool pinhole camera designs. The Zero Image cameras look especially cool.

http://www.zeroimage.com/

http://www.holgamods.com/snapdragon/