He is a passionate pinhole photographer. He get in love with
pinhole photography when looking at some photos on Flickr. A month later he had
the chance to buy a Holga in a small shop in Paris. The Holga and him are
inseparable since. He takes it with him wherever he can.
He likes the simplicity of a pinhole camera. For him pinhole
photography is a reduction to the essential things in Photography. He loves the
shapes, light, and perspectives on a piece of film. It offers him a simple
system to capture daylight scenes with a long exposure time an extreme angle.
He is planning to use more filters for his pinhole photography
with b&w films and to save some money to push his negatives. He wants to
develop the negatives by himself.
At the moment he only use the Holga 120 for the pinhole
photography. His preferred color film is Kodak Ektar 100 and IlfordHP5 for the black and white film.