Pinhole Photographs From July 2022

Pinhole photography makes me slow down and compose my photographs more carefully. These photos have a more timeless feel with soft focus and monochrome. Since the exposure is through a pinhole vs. a lens, very little light is entering the camera and exposures are longer. Thankfully with digital photography, many pinhole photos can be taken with the camera hand held.

Grey summer’s day on a deserted campus.
Gill Stadium – Rembert Field on a nicer day
Took my annual walk back campus after the big storm. Lost some old friends, who were lying in my path, very sad! Harvey Stone survived although it is showing its age.
On an early morning excursion on the Old Taneytown Road, a church I first photographed over 50 years ago.
And a final photograph from Harpers Ferry, West Virginia with Maryland to the left and Virginia to the right.