Since we live largely in an age of photographic image manipulation, filters tricks and trickery, I thought I’d touch on a original “filter“ photographic technique from yesteryear – Pinhole photography. Now I heard a few of you gust fast at how old I must be. And no, I’m not using a push chair. But this is a technique that I experimented with a fair bit. What is it you ask excitably? Well it’s when you take a photo without a lens. Yes kids, you heard me right. Basically you are allowing the light to pass through a very tiny hole in front of something light sensitive eg. your digital camera sensor or if you’re really wacky and retro then photo paper. And the result can be amazing as you can see by the featured image taken by Scott Speck who has clearly mastered this art form. Feeling like experimenting a bit? Then I challenge you to give this technique a bash. You almost certainly will not regret it.

Scott Speck I salute you!
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