Each year, World Pinhole Photography Day (WPPI) falls on the last Sunday in April. This year, that was this past Sunday, April 24, which also coincided with Orthodox Easter Sunday.
I dabbled in pinhole photography years ago. It’s a fun thing to do and helps image-takers put things into perspective, not only in the way they photograph but also in how they look at and see the world, subjects, and stories they photograph.
Here are a few links to posts I’ve written about pinhole photography and how to create a pinhole camera. Take a read:
Here are a few more examples of pinhole photography:
Also, here’s a snapshot of my DIY pinhole lens:
Here are a few links with more information about the history and science behind the pinhole camera:
A Beginner’s Guide to Pinhole Photography
Camera Obscura: The History Of Camera Obscura
*also, here’s a link to more about the first photograph ever taken
I love the art, science, and magic of photography, and oftentimes find myself…obsessed with some aspects of photography, such as pinhole photography, and the art and science behind it. Also, I will revisit this post and include more pinhole images.
Until then, I wish you all a belated Happy World Pinhole Photography Day and, as always, thanks for stopping by,