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PW189 - Harman Obscura Pinhole Camera at Focus 2013

The new Harman Obscura camera is a low cost, high quality single shot 4x5 inch pinhole camera with an innovative new design that uses magnets to keep everything light tight. It retains the high quality etched pinhole of its big brother the Titan and even comes complete with 10 sheets each of Ilford Delta 100 film, Ilford Multigrade IV paper and Harman Direct Positive paper.

PW189 - Harman Obscura Pinhole Camera at Focus 2013

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PW144 - Harman Direct Positive Paper at Focus On Imaging 2011

A portrait of me taken at the show using Harman Direct Positive Paper (click)We visit the Harman stand again at Focus On Imaging 2011 to learn more about their brand new Direct Positive Paper. This is paper that starts out dark and gets lighter as you let light hit it. This is wonderful for creative photography uses such as pin-hole cameras. Steven Brierley also shows us a brand new pinhole camera prototype he's hoping he can help bring into production.

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PW67 - Product review and pinhole camera shots

This week we take a pit-stop between tutorials to take a look at the Plustek OpticFilm 7300 scanner. And we also use that to scan the film from my first shoot using the hand-built cardboard pinhole camera I made a few weeks back. I'll talk about what I learned from using a pinhole camera and you can see all the shots I took including some time-lapse movies of a couple that I post processed.

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Video - building my own pinhole camera

I'm working on switching my video making process from PC to Mac. As an exercise I produced a short video that I thought you folks might enjoy. It's me building a cardboard pinhole camera. I've already taken my first roll of pictures with it. If there's anything usable I'll show them. The idea for the "sped-up making stuff" video ripped off from my good friend Matt.

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