Eye of the Beholder
(pinhole photograph)


This is pinhole photograph taken with a camera I made from an Atloids tin. I had not fully sanded the burrs off the lens where I pierced the tin with a needle. As a result, the light refracted creating some circular patterns which look much like an eye.

Signed and numbered limited edition archival prints are available directly from me here in 2 sizes:

4.75″x4.75″ matted (8″x8″ mat) – $25 (Ed of 250)
8″x8″ matted (12″x12″ mat) – $50 (Ed of 250)

Please allow 5 days for production, plus shipping.

Other options available, please contact me to discuss.

pinhole photos description

8"x8" mats have a centered window size 4.75"x4.75" and the actual image is 3.75"x3.75" centered with a white border leaving room for artist signature and numbering.

12"x12" mats have a centered window size 7.5"x7.5" and the actual image is 6.75"x6.75" centered with a white border leaving room for artist signature and numbering.

Limited edition, museum quality, signed and numbered giclee prints produced with EPSON Archival™ Inks and Epson Archival Matte Paper. Mats are Tru-White™ core (acid-neutral/acid-free mat) with a very clean, bright white core. The core is the center, thickest part of the mat which shows in the 45 degree bevel of the mat window.

Additional information

Dimensions 4 × 4 in

About Pinhole Photography

Pinhole photography is photography at its most basic. Pinhole cameras can be made from any light-tight container by making a small “pinhole” in it that will serve as the lens. I make many of mine out of Altoids tins and other similar boxes. The images are usually very wide angle, soft dreamlike images.

There is a wealth of information about pinhole photography available online. I recommend starting with Wikipedia if you are interested in learning more about it.

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