2018 is here and what better time for you to get knee deep in learning more amazing photo techniques and tricks. To help you expand on your photography Copytrack introduces pinhole photography, a challenging, but exciting method of photography. It been practiced for over a 100 years with works dating back to 1850s and it’s pretty much what it sounds like. Instead of a lens a pinhole is used to capture dreamy images. To give us a better insight Copytrack spoke to pinhole photographer Moni Smith.
How did you first come into contact with pinhole photography and what drew you to it?
Can you tell us what pinhole photography is and the affect it has on images?
What are the greatest advantages to pinhole photography?
What are your favourite subjects to photograph when it comes pinhole photography?
What are the biggest challenges with pinhole photography?
What advice would you’ve give to someone thinking about starting pinhole photography?
What are you currently working on, and do you have any up and coming projects?
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