Train Photos with Pinhole Camera | Photographs
Brandon Dole, eighth-grader at John Winthrop Middle School, Deep River, Connecticut, is an aspiring photographer with an interest in pinhole cameras. 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.
“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.