55 Gallon Pine-Hole Camera
I created this pin-hole series as a fun experiment in my second photo class, I don’t really know why I was interested in a primitive formate for shooting photography. I think part of it was building the device and all the effort and time it took to produce 1 photo, it could also be the lack of control I had shooting.
I continued to shoot pinhole photography. Pushing the limit of what I can use as a Pinhole to create photography.
I ended up building this giant pinhole camera with 100 exposures (image of camera to the right.) The most difficult piece of photo equipment to transport and move from the Darkroom to shooting location.
Fun Facts about this:
I had no control, many times I would my shots would over expose.
I would fire the Pinhole in the middle of gallery showings.
After I fired the Pinhole I would have to Transport Entire pinhole covered up and head back to the darkroom to process the result.
Close up View Of 50 Gallon Pin Hole Camera Taking a Picture during Gallery Opening in Spivak 2008-2009.
Current Status: Destroyed