SLIDE SHOW: Train Photos with Pinhole Camera by Brandon Dole
Brandon Dole, eighth-grader at John Winthrop Middle School, Deep River, Connecticut, is an aspiring photographer with an interest in pinhole cameras.
“I like the pinhole camera because it uses a simple process and helps make interesting photos,” Brandon says. His hobbies include photography, aviation, computer technology, and vintage cars.
Pinhole photography is lensless photography — a tiny hole replaces the lens. Light passes through the hole forming an image in the camera. These photos were taken at Essex Steam Train, Essex, Connecticut.
More about the photographer: Brandon Dole
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Slide Show Instructions:
- Hover over photo and click on arrow to advance the slideshow.
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