PinOne1

 Pound & Moore Pinhole
2012
5.5″ x 5.5″ x 10″
Materials: My paternal grandmother’s recipe box, brass fittings and thumb screws, stainless steel leaf, gabonese ebony, black velvet, aluminum bar stock, basswood, and brass stripping.

A pinhole camera designed to use dry gelatin glass plates with an interchangeable pinhole system for view angle variability.

PinOne2

Pound & Moore Pinhole (Interior) 2012
5.5″ x 5.5″ x 10″

Interior view displaying adjustable depth of field and bracket for holding glass plates. An example of the glass slides intended for use is in place. The slides were salvaged from my grandfather’s medical practice in 1996.

PinOne3

Pound & Moore Pinhole (Aperture Detail) 2012
5.5″ x 5.5″ x 10″

Shutter constructed from brass stripping. Ebony support bracket handcut with chisel and block plane. Concealed pinhole support constructed of inlaid ebony. Brass thumb screws salvaged from serviced marine sampling instrumentation.

PinOne4

Emergent Mangroves 2012
1.5″ x 4″
Pound & Moore Pinhole RC Paper

Brightly-lit, Overcast. Low tide
St Petersburg, FL. USA

PinOne5

Littoral Zone
2012
1.5″ x 4″
Pound & Moore Pinhole RC Paper

Brightly-lit, Overcast. Low tide
St Petersburg, FL. USA

    2 Comments

    1. Alan Jacobson
      6.16.2015

      Arduino applications in Photography, we need some advice… in Largo Fl
      Alan

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      • Matthias
        8.24.2015

        Hi just seeing this. What do you need to know?

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