We’ve transformed our accommodation into a a giant pinhole camera.
I’m interested in all kinds of photography. I love to shoot film, trying out ancient techniques like wet plate collodion photos, cyanotype prints, and I also use digital. Every method has it’s own pros and cons, so you have to know the tool and what … Continue readingWhy Pinhole
This picture was taken with a pinhole camera made from the gift box of a famous Hungarian spirit, called Unicum in a 10×15 photographic paper. Find more Unicum Camera Image in the House Portraits portfolio session. The Shoes on the Danube Bank is a memorial … Continue readingNo. 27 – Unicum Camera Images
Synagogue, Budapest, Hungary. The half minute shutter speed helped me to remove all the tourists from the photo. Find more Unicum Camera Image in the House Portraits portfolio session.
Purchased in 1892 and rebuilt in 1894 as a photo studio, the Mai Manó House used to be the home and workplace of Manó Mai, the former imperial and royal court photographer of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. The Hungarian House of Photography can be found here … Continue readingNo. 19. – Unicum Camera Images