01.12.08 by Jeff

Sheila Bocchine

Sheila Bocchine shoot pictures with a medium format pinhole camera! No lens – light enters her wooden camera through a pinhole (hence the name) directly onto the film. Sound like fun? Make one for yourself!













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Thank you for posting a blog about my pinhole photographs! It was such a wonderful birthday treat!

  • Am

    I have to say these fotos are amazing. Who would have believed these were taken on a home-made pinhole cam with no lens?!?! I know people with $2000 hi-tech digital SLRs who can’t even take fotos as good as these! It just goes to show, it isn’t the equipment; it’s the photographer!

  • Amen!

  • qamar

    Love pinhole photographs. Especially if they are as good as the ones above. They have a great dreamy feel to them!





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