Justin Quinnell is a pinhole photographer who does some very experimental shoots. These four pictures are all from a shoot he did called “Mouthpiece” where he placed a tiny pinhole camera in his mouth and took pictures from there. All very cool. To view the rest of his gallery, go here: http://www.pinholephotography.org/gallery/mouth/index.html
Justin Quinnell came in and gave us a lecture this morning and gave us some info on pinhole cameras and the various things you can make them out of. I experimented a little with pinhole in my A-Levels but haven’t since then. He was such a great guy and had some really interesting things to say, really made me want to experiment with pinholes again!
Exterior detail from Eero Saarinen´s the Miller House, Columbus, Indiana, 1953-57. Photograph by Balthazar Korab. Courtesy of the Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C. / Blogspot