Wednesday, July 11, 2012

rock in the rapids

Here's another pinhole photograph from Monday's visit to Dungeness Forks, in the Olympic National Forest.

With just a pinhole admitting light to the camera, exposures are much longer than normal.  Mine were anywhere from two to fifteen seconds long.  So, not only does the pinhole soften the image, but the long exposure turns the river rapids into smooth waves of mist.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Thanks for explaining about the pinhole. I really like the photo. I guess mainly because of the contrast between the soft and hard parts.