Lee's Summit, Missouri
Zero Image Multi-Format Pinhole Camera
Great pinhole photo!
24 Jul 2008 5:56am
@Makoto: thanks makoto. i appreciate that, especially knowing your pinhole photos.
ooh, love these expansive foregrounds like these! great texture in the grass -- a wonderful capture!
24 Jul 2008 6:37am
@dj.tigersprout: thanks dj!
I like the use of focus here
24 Jul 2008 12:20pm
@yiannis krikis: thanks yiannis - one nice thing about pinholes - infinite dof
On my way to Austin I pass by a house that looks very much like this --even the hill and and appearance of the location is similar.
24 Jul 2008 2:58pm
@Twelvebit: this is part of a recreated 19th century town. the buildings are original, but not to the site. it's an interesting place, usually nearly empty.
Great composition. Love the dark foreground with the old white house on the hill. Really nice!
24 Jul 2008 5:42pm
@Marcie: thank you marcie!
I never work with a pinhole camera, this is so moody and great!!
24 Jul 2008 5:55pm
@Paul van der Meer: they're fun. this particular camera is almost a work of art, very well made and attractive. of course, working without any sort of viewfinder is a bit difficult.
Pinhole... :) beautiful
24 Jul 2008 8:08pm
@Observing: :) thanks
a pleasant day, but feels abandoned. fortunately, i can enjoy your analog patience. best...jf
24 Jul 2008 8:25pm
@ordinaryimages: thanks jerry. it is abandoned, in a way. it's now a history exhibit.
When I opened the image - I thought it might be a pinhole. This is a classic. Beautifully seen and done. Fabulous.
24 Jul 2008 8:48pm
@Stephen Phillips: thanks very much stephen
great picture, great tones, but the earth could be straight, but i like it also as it is :)
24 Jul 2008 11:29pm
@Ondro: damn earth! thanks ondro
Reminds me of something from a storybook
25 Jul 2008 2:19am
@lisa v: i know what you mean. it isn't completely real, i guess - a demonstration of an old town. so, no cars, for one thing...
I can't but feel everything you show us. All filled with emotion and stories.
Great perspective and vantage point.
25 Jul 2008 8:53pm
@bluechameleon: thanks very much!
So simple yet so moody -- shades of Southern gothic but almost more Blue Velvet-ish
26 Jul 2008 12:50am
@Kurt: :) - thanks again
Very simple, like Kurt said above. I like how you compose the shot where the heavier toned turf is a bit more than half, making the house looking like a small model. Was this shot a while back? I see the trees are void of leaves.
28 Jul 2008 8:00pm
@Howard F.: composition here is based on finger crossing - no viewfinder. i'll take the compliment anyway - thanks :). not sure when this was taken, but not really recently - i'm picking somewhat randomly as i start this thing.
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