来自Benjamin Postlewait 的一组针孔摄影欣赏。
I’ve dabbled in photography for a few years now, but didn’t get into pinhole photography until about a year ago where it instantly became this euphoric medium for me. I don’t do anything overly creative or groundbreaking, I just have this insatiable desire to capture the beauty of the places I go and the things I see. Because of the long exposure times, my little wooden pinhole camera allows me to be in the moment, to stop and enjoy a scene with my own two eyes while it does all the work – sometimes for seconds but often for minutes and minutes. It’s those moments, away from a viewfinder and face to face with my subject, that I usually cherish most.