One 35

I’m proud to announce the Pinhole Printed One 35 – a one piece 3D printed pinhole camera! Printed in one monolithic block, the One 35 is a complete one-shot camera for 35mm film. Add a pinhole and you’re good to …

Clipper I vs II – A Tale of Two Shutters

Clipper is, in my opinion, one of the best 6×18 pinhole cameras in the world, especially considering the low cost. Users have taken some amazing photos with Clipper. Clipper has an extremely wide 135 degree field of view, with virtually …

Inspiration for Clipper

The inspiration for the Clipper 6×18 came from my first wooden pinhole camera, made back in 1997. This camera has consistently created the best images of all my pinhole cameras, and as a stretch goal for my Kickstarter, I wanted …

Flyer 6×6 Stereo – Limited Edition of 100

Flyer brought new world technology to old school photography as one of the first ever 3D printed pinhole cameras. Launched on Kickstarter in 2013, Flyer is robust, light, and takes great photographs. I have wanted to do a stereoscopic version …

Limited Editions

Design vs. production. This is a choice I’ve encountered before in my professional career. I love design. I love conceiving an idea and bringing it to digital life on my computer, whether it’s through CAD design or programming, and then …

Mentions

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Poetics of Light, Bradford UK

Poetics of Light The National Science and Media Museum in Bradford UK is hosting the Poetics of Light exhibition. Shown for the first time outside the USA, you can see it in England through June 25, 2017. The Pinhole Resource …

PETG vs ABS

For those of you who are into #pinhole photography and not #3Dprinting, the acronyms PETG and ABS may be less familiar. ABS is Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene and can be used between −20 and 80 °C (−4 and 176 °F), which …

Printing, Resumed.

I’m really pleased to announce that I’m printing cameras again! I had to put my printers in storage during my year-long move from Texas to Florida. They are being brought back online and producing cameras. Each one, as my customers …

*Metal* 35mm Film – 120 Spool Adapter

35mm Film Why use 35mm film in 120 cameras? You can expose the full film frame, including the sprocket holes, for a cool effect. Or you can use films that are not available in 120 format such as infrared, CineStill, …