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Mirko Derpmann, Garbageman Werner BŁnning is taking a picture with a 1.100 litre garbage container transformed into a pinhole camera, [Trashcam Project], 2012, 19 March, Fuji velvia, Scholz & Friends, Creative Commons - Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.0 Generic (CC BY-NC-SA 2.0), LL/47790
 
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Contents
Introduction
10007.01   Introduction to pinhole photography
Photographers
10007.02   George Davison: Pinhole photographs
10007.03   Ansel Adams: Hills Brothers Coffee Can
10007.04   Fabricated Cameras and Contemporary Pinhole Photography
Projects
10007.05   The Trashcam Project - Hamburg, Germany (2012)
Pinhole Journal
10007.06   PInhole Journal
 
  
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