Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Awesome Photographs Created by a 25 Pinholes Camera

Nantes/France-based photographer James Guerin has created a pinhole camera which is made from a blacked shoebox which is divided into 25 individual pinhole domains with cardboard dividers. For lenses, he cut up a soda can, and then pierced the pieces with a needle, and sanded down any burrs. To keep the aperture as close as possible between each lens, he made far more than he needed, and then scanned and compared them so he could use the most similar ones possible. The camera has a 100mm focal length and this combined with the pinhole size of about 0.3mm gave him an f number of 333.

The images it records are slightly scattershot, so he transposes them digitally to make a slightly more coherent image. You can see more of his "multi-cell" photography here. And below are some of his sample awesome photographs.

(via The Phoblographer)

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