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How to get pinhole photos from your digital camera


We’ve talked about pinhole cameras before here….if you recall, I showed you my way of making one with an empty 35mm film cartridge? Well, as we’re being bombarded with so many digicams all around us, here’s a nice idea to … Continue reading

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How to be a better photographer on a strict budget


It’s a conundrum, isn’t it? How on earth can you indulge in an expensive hobby like photography, if you have limited income? I get so many emails regarding this problem, and to tell you the truth, all I can recommend … Continue reading

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So you want to make your own pinhole camera? Here it is!


Many of you regular folks will know that some time ago I mentioned that I had plans for a really easy home-made pinhole camera, and that details were available from me via email. Well, what’s happened since then is that … Continue reading

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The rip-off that is the Lomo/Diana camera


You may recall a little while back we talked about the Lomo camera in passing and I promised I would share my own views about it with you; here goes! So what is a Lomo camera? Well, Lomo is the … Continue reading

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whats that? pinhole what…..?


i said pinhole photography…yes, pinhole…!! no, its not a typo error…for those of you who have never heard of it, there is such a thing! pinhole photography is, as the name suggests, photography using the very simplest of techniques, as … Continue reading

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