Show Your Camera

Discussion in 'Pinhole Photography' started by Tom Miller, Mar 10, 2012.

  1. Tom Miller

    Tom Miller Member

    Nov 27, 2004
    Twin Cities,
    This Pinhole Day, show everyone your camera!

    The Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day team has added a new feature: your submission to the Pinhole Day gallery can include a photo of the your camera. Visitors to the WPPD gallery will see your photo accompanied by a thumbnail image of your camera.

    The photo of your camera is optional. If you'd like to include a picture of your pinhole camera with your Pinhole Day photo, be sure to have both files prepared before submitting. While your Pinhole Day photo must be made with a pinhole camera, the picture of the camera can be created through a lens. You can describe your camera in the same way that you write a statement about your photo. Note that any image of the camera more than 500 pixels on a side will be scaled down for the gallery.

    Here is link to Facebook showing examples the camera portion of the WPPD submission form, as well as how photos will appear in the WPPD 2012 gallery:

    Here is a link to the regular Pinhole Day website:
    There are already over fifty Pinhole Day events listed!

    Tom Miller (USA)............... Team Leader,
    on behalf of the WPPD coordinating team:
    Gregg Kemp (USA) .............. Team Leader, Web Site
    Paolo Aldi (Italy) ............ Publicity
    Nick Dvoracek (USA) ........... Support
    Chuck Flagg (USA) ............. Education
    Marie-Noëlle Leroy (France) ... Events
  2. DWThomas

    DWThomas Subscriber

    Jun 13, 2006
    SE Pennsylvania
    Multi Format
    Thanks, that's a cool idea. It would certainly be interesting to see what folks use for their WPPD photos. Having participated since 2005, I'm looking forward to April 29th!
  3. moki

    moki Member

    May 10, 2010
    Wismar, Germ
    That's awesome. I always like to see what kind of camera other people use and be inspired for my next projects. I've beein doing pinhole photography for about 4 years but only started participating in WPPD last year. Building the camera is just as important as the pictures sometimes.

    I think, I'll go for the panoramic 6x17 this year... :smile: