Featured on Instructables, the Easy 35 camera is fast to print, cheap, and easy to make.
Based on 35mm film, the Easy 35 can be printed in half the time of a Flyer 6×6 and needs just a pinhole to assemble (at a bare minimum).
Get one or print your own - either way, take magical photographs from a new, yet old perspective.
Check out the successfully funded "Pinhole, Printed" KickStarter project that launched the first 3D printed pinhole camera on Kickstarter.
Clipper 6x18, a Kickstarter stretch goal, is the newest addition to the Pinhole Printed cameras.
Clipper takes a panoramic 6cm x 18cm photograph, one of the few curved plane production 6x18 pinhole cameras ever made with no light falloff at the edges, and the first 3D printed one.
I'm honored to announce that Flyer and Clipper are now in the permanent collection of the New Mexico History Museum and in the "Poetics of Light" exhibition!
"Poetics of Light" has been extended through January 10, 2016 in the New Mexico History Museum at the Palace of the Governors in Santa Fe. This exhibit is made possible through the generosity of Eric Renner and Nancy Spencer.
Gift Ideas for that Photographer in your life
Choose a Flyer 6x6 for enthusiasts new to pinhole photography or choose a Clipper 6x18 for more advanced users. Can't decide? Get both!
All cameras are nicely wrapped and tied in brown paper and come with a starter roll of Ektar 100 film.
"Pinholes offer a unique perspective on the world that I can't get with lenses or digital cameras. "
"I have been taking pinhole photographs for many years, almost always with cameras I have made myself. In some cases, I have taken existing camera bodies and radically modified those to take various film backs."
Have you ever been interested in pinhole photography? Why not give it a try today? All you need is a box, film, tape, foil, and a needle – or order a pinhole camera. Got a 3D printer? Print the Easy 35. The results can be magic!