Pinhole photography : rediscovering a historic technique /Publication details: Amsterdam ; Boston : Focal Press, ©2004.Edition: 3rd edDescription: xii, 272 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 28 cmISBN:
- TR268 .R46 2004
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 258-263) and index.
Pinhole's history in science -- Pinhole's history in art -- Pinhole's revival in art : the 1960s through the 1990s -- The body as camera, the room as camera obscura -- The basic how-to of pinhole photography -- The advanced how-to of pinhole photography -- Alternative apertures : zone plates and slits -- The changing reality : non-silver processes, and digital pinhole.
"A respected guide for students, amateurs, and advanced photographers - inside you will find more varieties of pinhole cameras for beginners, expanded instructional information on pinhole and zone plate practices, and new information on where to get pinhole supplies throughout the world. With listings of workshops, pinhole photographers' web sites, pinhole books available, and a guide to commercial and individual suppliers of pinhole equipment, this is the one guide you'll need to navigate the industry." "Now in full-color, this classic offers a new chapter on camera obscuras, a more in-depth "how-to" chapter for beinners as well as a new chapter for advanced photographers, and revised exposure guides and optimal pinhole charts." "One of Focal's best alternative practice sellers, this esteemed historical and practical guide to pinhole photography will benefit photographers of all levels with first-hand advice from practicing artists. This is truly the encyclopedia of information on pinhole photography."--BOOK JACKET.