Pinhole photography uses the most basic concepts of a camera. A lightproof box, an aperture, and light-sensitive material. As a beginner, using pinhole can be an exciting introduction to analog photography as it reduces it to its most basic elements. [source]
In short, the Pinhole technique resulting in non-sharp soft-blur not-focused images with lots of imperfection. And I have a soft spot for it.
After a year of allocated-budgeting, (by 13/04) I finally bought Sony A7–III, the camera that had been on my wishlist since its launch. The last time I used a serious camera (it was Canon 500D, I had it back at 2009) was around 3–4 years ago. Since Instagram took most of my outlet, I just use iPhone camera for convenience. But contents are huge now, and just using iPhone isn’t enough. Okay, I just write these to justify my buying but hey I don’t need to explain myself, to begin with.
Anyway, to get the muscle back, I make a…
…Just stop thinking, worrying, looking over your shoulder, wondering, doubting, fearing, hurting, hoping for some easy way out, struggling, grasping, confusing, itching, scratching, mumbling, bumbling, grumbling, humbling, stumbling, numbling, rambling, gambling, tumbling, scumbling, scrambling, hitching, hatching, bitching, moaning, groaning, honing, boning, horse-shitting, hair-splitting, nit-picking, piss-trickling, nose sticking, ass-gouging, eyeball-poking, finger-pointing, alleyway-sneaking, long waiting, small stepping, evil-eyeing, back-scratching, searching, perching, besmirching, grinding, grinding, grinding away at yourself. Stop it and just DO
Try and tickle something inside you, your “weird humor.” You belong in the most secret part of you. Don’t worry about cool, make your own uncool. Make…