Goerge Airy vs. Lord Rayleigh

AR principles

Pinhole photography appeals to many because of accessibility, unpredictability, and a relative low cost when starting out. The main principle of image formation is quite simple: a light passes through a small opening and upon reaching a screen in a dark room produces an image. This image, if projected onto a sensitized material, can then […]

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Pinhole basics


Pinhole photography attracts with simplicity and slow speed of image making (a digital camera conversion would give the instant gratification factor, which hopefully will have never become a norm). However, one would be ill advised thinking pinhole cameras are little more than a box with a hole and a sensitized medium behind it. Pinhole gives […]

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