redtwine

forest and ocean photography, pinhole, cameras

34 Sales

redtwine

forest and ocean photography, pinhole, cameras

34 Sales On Etsy since 2011

0 out of 5 stars
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Alex

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Announcement   Pinhole camera photography, nature photography, autumn leaves, Outer Banks and Florida, Great Lakes, Pittsburgh bridges, nursery and bird photography.

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Pinhole camera photography, nature photography, autumn leaves, Outer Banks and Florida, Great Lakes, Pittsburgh bridges, nursery and bird photography.

Alex

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Alex

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Judith

Judith on Dec 2, 2014

5 out of 5 stars

Shipped very quickly, and arrived well packaged and looks wonderful on my wall. I love this artist and her sensitivity to form and composition.

ceh0162

ceh0162 on Jun 11, 2014

5 out of 5 stars

so cool! thank you :)

ceh0162

ceh0162 on Jun 11, 2014

5 out of 5 stars

it's lovely! thank you :)

Julie Brain

Julie Brain on Apr 16, 2014

5 out of 5 stars

I absolutely love this little crab!!! I get to look at him everyday at work!! Thanks Alex!

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About

Through a Pinhole

You can pay $5000 for a DSLR camera, or you can make a camera with your own hands out of stuff you probably have lying around your house right now.

Amazing, right?

I thought it was. I still think it is. I made my first pinhole camera about five years ago. It's a blocky, dull black hunk of plywood and aluminum. Not much to look at, but it changed my life.

Not all of my pictures are pinhole photos, but the process of learning how to use this homemade camera made me slow down, compose each shot with more care, think about the story behind it.

The longest exposure for most photos you'll see is about a thirtieth of a second, maybe an eighth if the photographer has really steady hands. The longest pinhole exposure I've done is four hours. That's a lot of thinking time.

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  • Alex

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    Hi! That's me up there, setting up a shot in the woods of western Pennsylvania. I like tea, dried green mango, alternative photographic processes, and I say 'like' too much. It's not my fault; I grew up in the 80s.

Shop policies

Last updated on September 6, 2014
I love photography, building my own cameras, and the imperfections that come from using film older darkroom processes. I hope you like these things too and that you enjoy what I make.

Accepted payment methods

  • Accepts Etsy gift cards
Shipping
I ship via the US Postal Service or FedEx. Domestic shipping is free, and most orders take about 3-5 days to arrive.

International is $10, but I'll refund any overpayment more than a dollar. Shipping times vary, but most arrive within 10 days or so.

If you need something to arrive by a certain date, please convo me about expedited shipping, and we can work something out. :)
Refunds and Exchanges
I'm happy to accept returns within 30 days for any reason and ask only that you pay the return shipping cost.