Large Format Pinhole Camera

large format pinhole camera
    pinhole camera
  • A camera with a pinhole aperture and no lens
  • The most basic form of a camera in which no lens is used. A pinhole camera is made by making a lightight container and poking a pinhole in the front of the camera where a lens would go.
  • A camera whose lens is covered except for a pin-sized hole. You have a very small aperture, so you have to shoot long exposures.
  • A pinhole camera is a simple camera without a lens and with a single small aperture -- effectively a light-proof box with a small hole in one side. Light from a scene passes through this single point and projects an inverted image on the opposite side of the box.
    large format
  • Name for theĀ  analogue Planfilm-System. The greatest filmsize in film-based photography . Typical picture sizes are 4 x 5 and 9 x 12 cm.
  • Large format describes large photographic films, large cameras, view cameras (including pinhole cameras) and processes that use a film or digital sensor, generally 4 x 5 inches (10x13 cm) or larger. The most common large formats are 4x5 and 8x10 inches (20x25 cm).
  • any drawing size bigger than A3. Aka wide format.
large format pinhole camera - Lomography Diana
Lomography Diana F+, Medium Format Camera with Removable Lens for Super Wide Angle Pinhole Shots, 120 Film and Faux-Leather Uno Album for One 5" x 5" Image Per Page
Lomography Diana F+, Medium Format Camera with Removable Lens for Super Wide Angle Pinhole Shots, 120 Film and Faux-Leather Uno Album for One 5" x 5" Image Per Page
Dating back to the early 1960's, the all-plastic Diana camera is a cult legend -famous for its its dreamy, radiant, and lo-fi images. The brand new Diana+ is a faithful reproduction and a loving homage to the classic Diana - with a few new features tossed in. Its plastic lens, 2 shutter settings (daylight & "B"), 3 aperture settings, and manual focus are all hallmarks of the original Diana. But on top of that, the Diana+ offers a removable lens and super-small aperture for pinhole images, two image formats (12 or 16 square shots on a standard 120 roll), an endless panorama feature that allows for unlimited and nearly seamless panoramic shots, and both a standard tripod thread & shutter lock for easy shake-free long exposures. Each package includes the beautiful "Diana Vignettes" book - packed with over 200 pages of Diana history, Diana+ images, and truly off-the-wall short stories. Uses all varieties of medium format 120 film. The Big Picture (Forget All About It) Seriously, just put it all out of your mind. We'll no longer look for the big picture, and there will be no more getting an overview or stepping back to take it all in. All of these concepts imply an abrupt halt to activity - a conscious pause of your natural drive and instincts. As we say day in and day out: Be fast. Who's got the time to consider the implications when close to a million tremendous potential photos are streaming right past your nose? No Diana owner worth

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Cardboard 9x12 Pinhole Camera
Cardboard 9x12 Pinhole Camera
I made this from cardboard, old velvet jeans (for light-tight cover). The shutter is made from the back of an old 35mm camera. To start an exposure, you slide it down the plastic rails (barely visible). The pinhole itself is made in a foil shim. Thanks to the large format and shallow depth, this camera is extremely wide angle and light falloff is severe.
Large Format pinhole cameras
Large Format pinhole cameras
Back Row - left to right 5 x 7 Red and White Oak 4 x 5 SSCC1 4 x 5 SSCC2 5 x7 FoamCore with film holder 5 x 7 wood box Front Row - left to right 5 x 7 FoamCore box 5 x 7 False book camera 3 x 7 Cigar box camera 4 x 5 wood box

large format pinhole camera
large format pinhole camera
How-To Make Three corrugated 8x10 Pinhole Cameras: Wide-angle, Normal, Telephoto
How-To-Guide on constructing and using a large 8x10 corrugated pinhole camera. It instructs you on how to make three different cameras: wide-angle, normal and telephoto. Included in the booklet are six ( lenses ) 1.5-in. sq. sheets of .002 brass shims. Three shims have individual precision hand-drilled pinholes in different diameters the extra blank shims are included for the buyer to make their own pinholes; explained in STEP 9 How-to-make a pinhole. The How-To-Guide includes: Historical notes, Technical facts, where to buy 8x10 film and how to make a 12-inch square platform for a tripod stand.

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