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June 19, 2015 / Aware of the Void

What is Pinholeobscura.com?

Photo by Jeff McConnell

Photo by Jeff McConnell

In August 2013 the idea for pinholeobscua.com seemed to fall fully formed from the brain of Monica Smith. The idea was to get some of her pin-holing friends from all over the world to collaborate on a website where we would post pinhole pictures of the world around us with the unique view that pinhole provides.

So far between the four of us we have visited 88 separate locations all of which are worth a visit.

You can find us on the blog at http://pinholeobscura.com/ we have a facebook page and we sometimes tweet so come along and see what we are doing!

Photo by R. Perez

Photo by R. Perez

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  1. Moni / Jun 19 2015 6:39 pm

    It has turned out way better than I ever even imagined. thanks for being a part of it! 😀

    • Aware of the Void / Jun 19 2015 6:41 pm

      It is amazing – I had a quick flick back through the archive – we have been busy!!!

      • Moni / Jun 19 2015 6:51 pm

        For sure, and that is aside from being a catalyst for world wide pinhole meetups! 🙂

      • Aware of the Void / Jun 19 2015 7:13 pm

        It’s pretty crazy to think that all stemmed from a love of lens less photography

  2. frauinga / Jun 19 2015 7:05 pm

    I think we did great so far. Look forward to keeping this going for another while. 🙂

  3. oneclicktom / Jun 22 2015 8:57 pm

    I just wanted to say thank you for favouriting a post from my blog and this idea sounds amazing I would love to experiment with Pinhole photography!

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