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Sky-Pink-Orange Tri-Pinhole Pictures (3) = Pretty Images !


Pinhole Photography is so easy and even Tri-color Pinhole is not difficult to make =

just put small (3×3 mm) color filter sticked on the back of each hole.  —– Only a

tricky part is, as the viewfinder was masked with black tape, shooting has to be done 

blind, it’s mean the composition and the angle of photos are all in guess work.











And those colorful images appeared after the image was tinkered, the shooting was

done more or less on the speculation —– still, after hundreds of the experiences,

I know what to look for.   When the results got a sort of sweetness, it got a maturity.


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  1. bentehaarstad said, on October 19, 2014 at 00:01

    The pink ones do quite an impression. Interesting series, Yousizen.

  2. yoshizen said, on October 19, 2014 at 01:07

    Thank you very much Bente.
    Funny irony was that the Tricolor filter can put colors on otherwise
    colorless scene though, looks pretty image appeared when there was
    a good original color in it.

  3. sumowkowespotkania said, on October 19, 2014 at 09:14


    • yoshizen said, on October 19, 2014 at 09:21

      Thank you Wanda.
      Despite it was very simple trick, the effect was quite remarkable isn’t it ?

  4. drawandshoot said, on October 25, 2014 at 20:28

    A really interesting project, Yoshizen. Have you tried viewing these with 3D glasses!?

    • yoshizen said, on October 25, 2014 at 21:32

      Yah, that’s good idea (still need to alien Sky and Pink level) —–
      only the trouble is, the distance (= Paralux) of my pinhole is
      less than 2 mm = Two images are too identical to produce any
      3D vision.—– I’ll test it. (Please see next post)

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