Awesome, thank you for the response!
I’m always open for feedback and constructive criticism!
3 Layer Gum prints that are very clean and crisp.
Personally I like his Polaroid Transfers much more as a series.
Had some trouble a while back while trying to make this tumblr a ‘submit anything’ type page.
Granted, I’d approve submissions. But back when I initially tried to have my good friend Tyler Scaife be a contributor as well, but it required starting a whole new tumblr account.
So, long story short, accidentally deleted the entire account.
BUT I’M BACK! and please submit!
Joël Lintz with an anthotype pinhole.
Joël’s experimenting makes me real excited to see what else he might have in the works, or what he’s thinking about process wise. I hope to see more of his work in the furure, and to also share it on here.
His blog and flickr.
Arunas Kulikauskas, also known as Akulis2 on Flickr, has some of his homemade pinhole polaroid camera’s for sale at the Impossible Project’s new store front in New York.
These things are awesome:
On which he takes pinhole polaroids such as these:
He also made a few solargraphs:
Awesome work, camera building wise, and photography wise. I hope I can make it down to NY to check out his cameras and the new Impossible Project store front soon.
Henrieke Strecker for the London “Still in Motion” pinhole photography contest 2010.
I love how this looks like a film still from Metropolis almost.
Her website. Her flickr.
Quinn Pin’s Flickr.
I would like to start this blog off with one of my most favorite alt-process artists of the last couple years. Their work is not talked about nearly as much as I believe it should be.
Piper was published in Light Leaks Magazine due to thier work being in the Krappy Kamera Competition.
Piper is a New York native and creates surreal dreamscapes of Coney Island as well as some deep imagery of other new york landscapes and architecture.
Click on anything to see it full size/scan size.
Multiple pinhole pinhole’s:
Full film strips exposed multiple times. These are rad, blended together with no frames.
His personal website
A flickr friend of mine for a little bit now.
Lith printed Diana.
Lith printed pinhole.
Peeled pinhole’s enlarged.
B/W Ilford Multigrade paper exposed in a film canister pinhole camera for three months. No development, no fixing, just scanned.
Her personal website.