Friday, September 19, 2008

Box Camera Scans, Part 2

I managed to dig up and scan three more negatives from my box camera experiment of October 2007. On the second shot I remember opening the camera's aperture fully, hence the very narrow depth of field with the foreground and background out of focus. The quality of these images reminds me of pinhole camera shots that I've seen. However, on a pinhole image, the entire image would be in focus, since depth of field is not an issue on lensless cameras. When I return to Vermont in October I'll definitely have to experiment again (and perhaps even try some pinhole images with a pinhole adapter that I have for my old Canon AE-1 - still a great workhorse).



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4 comments:

jblack designs said...

Those are incredibly cool!

Kitty said...

those are amazing.
I think it's so much easier to take digital photos, that real film is such an art form.

keep it up!

One Wink at a Time said...

These photos are wonderful! It's hard to find adjectives that haven't been used already...

Isabel said...

Now, these are PHOTOS!