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Learning & Experimenting

As we fast approach the longest day of the year we’re also approaching the time of year when most photographers down their tools and declare that the summer months are difficult to photograph in and it’s time to hibernate until the fall colours arrive. Come on admit it, how many of you are like that?Continue Reading “Learning & Experimenting”

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REVIEW – Reality So Subtle 4×5 Pinhole by Darren Rose

It’s a first and hopefully not the last, that we have a guest blog. Darren Rose is an accomplished creative with a penchant for film photography. His work is very distinctive and one day we would like to talk more about his photography, but for the time being let’s talk about his experience with theContinue Reading “REVIEW – Reality So Subtle 4×5 Pinhole by Darren Rose”

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REVIEW – Thingyfy Pinhole Pro

[Disclaimer: – Pinhole Photography Workshops has no affiliation to the company of which we have carried out this product review for; thoughts and conclusions are drawn from personal experience and are unbiased and not influenced in anyway.] Earlier in the year it was brought to my attention there was a Kickstarter fund to bring toContinue Reading “REVIEW – Thingyfy Pinhole Pro”

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First Impressions – Intrepid 4×5 Camera

After some lengthy indecision I decided it was time to take the plunge and buy a large format camera.  I came across the Intrepid 4×5 large format camera a while back and I was always tempted by the price (£250), it was a great way to get a large format camera without breaking the bank.  Lucky for me I reallyContinue Reading “First Impressions – Intrepid 4×5 Camera”

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NEW ‘Pinhole Photography Workshops’ Website

Welcome to our brand new website dedicated entirely to anything remotely pinhole related. Why not join our growing community and sign up to our newsletter where you will receive advanced notice of workshops, offers and much more. How did we come about creating “Pinhole Photography Workshops”? Myself and Andrew Atkinson have been doing pinhole photographyContinue Reading “NEW ‘Pinhole Photography Workshops’ Website”