I took some pinhole cameras out to Central Park after a snowstorm. Here’s a view of Central Park West from across the Sheep Meadow. While the exposure was long in modern photographic terms, people in the distance did not move much during the exposure. Pinhole cameras have no lenses—a tiny pinhole focuses the image on film. I use the word “focus” advisedly here—the focus is imperfect, although it’s uniformly imperfect from close up to infinity. I like the resulting impressionistic view. Taken with a Vermeer 6X12 panoramic pinhole camera.
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