Perhaps it's something like Zen for photography?
Through the vast help of my
, I was able to build the device in the course of an afternoon with great results. He picked up the
habit last summer, and I couldn't resist any more. The amusement of the pinhole has lasted over millennia,
from sightings back as far as 500 B.C. Another useful pinhole apparatus is a woven straw hat, which during a
Solar Eclipse, will make hundreds of crescent Sols in its shadow.
ƒ = 76.2mm
ɸ = 0.371mm
ƒ/stop = 1:205
Diagonal Viewing Angle = 93.8°
I had noticed the masonry
for the bridges on this road
months back, but had never taken
the time to go out and get a
picture of any. By the time I had
taken the picture and climbed back
to the road level, I forgot to take
a picture with the digi, for a
comparison. If you look closely, you
can see a pair of deer rib cages.
Tom Green County Courthouse.
A set of Trees about a Bridge in a Park.
The Cactus Hotel.
I was really trying to get the
spiky awning partially seen to
the right of the picture.
Less Satisfactory Photos
This is more of a field of view
calculation, as the trees are
about 90° apart from this locale.
First two trials, the box was
more or less held in place,
on soft dirt with a rock providing
a bit of angular support.
The wind blows too much to get
trees, flowers and the like.
Camera kinda fell over along with
a big overexposure, I thought it was
completely black in the darkroom.
Not Pictured, the Federal Marshall
who didn't want to be in the picture.
Windshield wipers are not a stable
base for a camera.
Den Haag, Nederland
Foto des Tag^H^H^HMonates
Copy-right-handed-rule by Kent
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