grandson

Let me introduce you my grandson! He was born just one month ago and here it is through the pinhole of a NOPO 120 camera!

and this is the “making off” set.

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Photons rain

The second roll with the 6×9 ONDU pinhole camera was an Ilford SFX 200 (measured as 100 ASA) with a Hoya R72 filter (inside the camera) developed with Ilford ILFOTEC DD-X. I made this photograph in cal Garbat patio during the 2017 Revela-T Analog Photography Festival.

The spirit of chemistry

My first roll with the 6×9 ONDU pinhole camera was a CineStill 800T (measured as 400 ASA) without filter. I made the photographs in the research labs where I work and this is one example.

Lomography Barcelona invitation!

Lomography Barcelona has invited me [together with other “pinholers”] to use a Diana F+ in pinhole mode with two rolls of their “Lomography Earl Grey B&N 100 ISO” film before the “Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day” which will be held on April 30th.
As you also can see in this link they are runnig a contest of this type of photography.
I encourage you to participate !!

Below is my new Diana F+ in action!

The Art of Pinhole Photography. International Group Exhibition [Heidelberg, 12 October – 6 November]

I am very happy to take part in The Art of Pinhole Photography, an International Group Exhibition that will be held in Heidelberg [Germany] from 12 October to 6 November 2016 as part of the OFF//PHOTO festival. The show will feature works by from Xavi Bassols, Alexander Ehhalt, Joanna Epstein, Larissa Honsek, Stefan Killen, Jeff McConnell, Viktor Senkov, Alex Yates and myself. The exhibition has been curated by Markus Kaesler, is sponsored by NOPO Cameras and Larissa Honsek designed the poster!

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Revela-T 2016 group photo

As most of you already know Revela-T is an Analog Photography Festival held every year in Vilassar de Dalt. One of the main activities is the making of a 30 in x 30 in (71 x 71 cm) wet plate collodion group portrait by Joaquín Paredes. This year after he made that impressive photograph I took my 8×10 pinhole camera “Monster” [a kind of mosquito compared to Joaquin’s huge camera] to make a pinhole group portrait. Here it goes!

centenary oak of Ayardes [Asturias]