The folks over at Obscura Book have pulled together 121 pinhole images and have designed, what looks to be, a beautiful book, but they still need help for the publishing. They have a fundraising campaign over at Indiegogo to raise funds and have about 3 weeks left.

Worldwide Pinhole Photography day

by Erin Malone Editor's Notes
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Coming soon to a camera near you. The annual Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day is April 28th, 2013 this year. A host of exhibitions and workshops are planned throughout the world, so grab your favorite camera or better yet, make a new one and explore the wonders of photography without a lens.
Tons of events happening so [...]

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Long term pinhole solargraphs the new hot thing

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Seems like the latest thing in pinhole photography, is making 3 month, 6 month or even year long exposures. Several artists have recently been featured in exhibitions and articles using this technique. Check out these artists.

“The Arc of Time” an exhibition of long-exposure photographs made with a pinhole camera by Utah photographer Matthew Allred
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Hot Dog Stand doubles as a Pinhole Camera

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Using an abandoned hot dog stand as an enormous pinhole camera, Marian Roth blurs the boundaries between her photography and her imagination. For Creative Life, Marnie Crawford Samuelson reports.

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Stenop.es – A Pinhole Movie Project

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Stenop.es: Photographers Romain Alary and Antoine Levi are currently making a series of movies transforming a variety of apartments into Camera Obscuras. The two movies that are already out, Paris, France and Ghat, India are lovely and mysterious, reminding me of the work of Abelardo Morell who has been [...]

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