I was in Coney Island on a May afternoon, took several digital photos, and thought it might be a good place to try out a new pinhole camera, a Vermeer 6X6. Because pinhole exposures are lengthy—this one was over a second, which in digital photography terms is close to forever—so I put it on the pier on a table-top tripod. I waited for a group of people to walk towards me, opened the shutter, counted “one thousand one” and a bit more, and then closed it. Because the people are moving towards the camera, their apparent sizes change little in the second and a half or so they’re in the frame. But one outlier, moving ahead of the others, is visible only by his ghostly sneakers, which were on the ground long enough for the camera to record them. You can see the faint image of one in the lower right quarter of the frame.
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