Sheridan O'Neal submits Steve Irvine
Irvine mainly uses four pinhole cameras to create his black and white photography. The first has three pinholes that project an overlapping image on to the paper which is wrapped around a cylindrical film holder, which I'm noticing is a very common type of cameras for most pinhole photographers to have. His other three cameras are made out of ceramic in order to achieve certain characteristics in his images. When working in color, He uses a modified Nikon F2 camera. His photographs dreams or what is considered outside of reality through interesting compositions, objects, and subject matter. Although some are a little kitch but otherwise a lot of them create interesting images and perspective.