Monday, July 29, 2013

Christy Campbell submits Bruno Olivié

Bruno Olivié caught my eye because of his technical skills and how he utilizes his pinhole camera.  His pinhole photographs are simple and most are of different architecture and self portraits.  The work he is making is interesting but I think his technical skills outweigh his conceptual ideas.  He manages to get crisp photographs that really showcase what a pinhole camera can do.  The photographs I included were the most interesting in his series, they are telling a story of a passage or the day of judgement. I included the link to his website because his technical skills are useful to get an idea of what we can do with our own cameras.

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