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Laanscapes

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Professioneel landschapsfotograaf, cursusleider en reisleider. Schrijver, spreker en ontwerper.
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Laanscapes

Niveau:professional
Lid sinds: 20-04-2014

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Een half jaar belichtingstijd, met niets meer dan een paar blikjes en wat licht gevoelig papier. Dit is extreme pinhole fotografie.====Today is that day of the year. The day that many people around the globe will hang emptied soda cans on lamp posts, in trees and on their homes. Inside those cans is a piece of photographic paper and punched in the side, there's a tiny hole - a pinhole.The cans are always placed on this exact date and are left there, unattended, for half a year. But why?These are in fact pinhole cameras; low tech analog cameras that are hung from whatever people can find, with the sole purpose of capturing the streaks of the passing sun in the sky, as we move closer and closer to the winter solstice.Last year, I've recovered five out of ten cameras. Some are found and stolen, others are simply blown of by a passing storm. Yet others are removed by bomb squads... I'm sharing these pictures with you, which are scanned negatives of black and white photographic paper. The brightest parts are the sun's streaks, burnt and etched in the paper - along with bubbles, rips and sand that texturize the the images in bizarre ways.These aren't 'Photoshopped'. Instead, the colours are inverted (like colour negative film) and contrast enhanced. That's it.They're simply the result of what nature does to paper during the course of half a year.Thanks for watching, commenting and of course, sharing!- Daniel