Kickstarter Update: T-shirts and Stretch #3

Pinhole Printed T Shirt

I’ve been busy the last couple of days finalizing the design for printing.  Being funded early has enabled me to take the risk of going ahead and ordering all the parts and materials to print your cameras.  I’m very happy …

Press: Pinhole Printed Featured on Ephotozine.com

Designer Creates 3D Printed Pinhole Camera – A designer from Texas has developed a 3D printed pinhole camera. We are delighted to be featured on Ephotozine.com, check out they had to say about “Pinhole, Printed” here.

Press: Pinhole Printed Featured on Photocritic.org

Pinhole, Printed – a 3D printed pinhole camera on Kickstarter

Daniela Bowker from Photocritic.org has run a great piece on our 3D Printed Kickstarter Pinhole Camera project. Check out what she had to say here. Photocritic.org is all about photography, from articles telling you how to do it better, to …

Press: Pinhole Printed Featured on 3Ders.org

3ders.org Pinhole Printed Press Feature

Fantastic 3D Printing news site 3Ders.org are well known in the community for providing the latest news and developments of 3D printing technology, and information on 3D printing. We are absolutely delighted that they have decided to feature Pinhole Printed …

Kickstarter Update: Stretch goals 1 & 2 Met

Stretch goals 1 & 2 met – everyone with a kit or a camera gets ND filters and laminated exposure cards! I wanted you to have the ND filters so you could try a sun track exposure – they are …

Funded in 13.5 hours!

Funded in 13.5 hours – that is awesome for a photography project! So now, I am adding a stretch goal. Stretch goals benefit both the backer and the creator – they are an additional reward for your help in spreading …

Funded!

International Beta-Testing! (in the UK)

Wow – this was like Election Night!  Funded in 13.5 hours – for a photography project, that is awesome!  Now I am thinking about some stretch goals – stay tuned for I’ll post the first one before the weekend is …

Where Old School Meets New Technology

One characteristic of all my previous pinhole cameras is that they were either handmade from cardboard or wood or metal cans, or they involved considerable modification to existing film cameras.  In other words, they were difficult to reproduce and not …

Simplicity

Stream near Mt Baker, WA (c) 2005 Clint O'Connor

Pinhole cameras are the embodiment of the simplest form of photography – they are nothing more than a box with a small hole on one end and film at the other, yet they are capable of amazing images. To understand …