Personal Photo Project of the Week #68

A brief word to explain these pictures. These are pictures taken with a pinhole camera with a trio of different filters. Although most of my photography is somewhat experimental, these are extremely experimental.

Often times I look at a picture and think, well that didn’t work. There are other times, I look at the picture and I think that didn’t work like it was supposed to, but it somehow works in a different way. These pictures I think work in a different way.



The Better

I’m not really sure where the ripple effect came from in these pictures. I think it was somewhere in the development process, unless I bent the film while winding it.

Here are a few more pictures from the The Better Series.










I don’t usually reveal where my picture titles come from, but I think everybody knows that they come from quotes that I like. I’m going to break with tradition slightly and reveal that this title comes from the following Ralph Waldo Emerson quote:

“All life is an experiment. The more experiments you make the better.”

Next week’s Personal Photo Project will involve tulips.

2 thoughts on “Personal Photo Project of the Week #68”

  1. The fact that they are less accessible is part of their charm.

    Although I think that the grand majority of people wouldn’t get these photos and all and just think I was trying to pass lousy pictures of as art.

    Which might be what I’m doing. I leave it for the world to decide.

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