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The Great Picture: World’s Largest Pinhole Camera Taken World’s Largest Photo

World’s Largest Pinhole Camera Takes World’s Largest Photo. The Great Picture is a black and white panoramic print of Marine Corps Air Station El Toro, an

Binh Danh, Found Portrait: Man 28, 2006. Chlorophyll print and resin. 12.5 x 12.5 inches

Binh Danh’s Amazing “Chlorophyll Prints”

chlorophyll printing binh danh: photos imprinted on leaves through photosynthesis

Doug Starn and Mike Starn

**Artist Name: Mike and Doug Starn Name of Work: Structure of thought 11 Date: Medium: Photography Size of Work:

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Printing in the Darkroom: Selective development

DIY: Create Photographs Using Plant Matter! | Photojojo

As you know, we are looking at as many ways to expand mobile photography into the many realms of ‘traditional/typical’ photography as possible. We have a close working relationship with […]

PutPut - Intermissions (Pinhole photograph, unique print) / Using a pinhole camera lined with positive paper in the same cubical shape as the camera, allows the image to be captured on multiple surfaces simultaneously. The ‘Intermissions’ series creates a distorted perspective that mimics and distorts the chosen space / http://www.putput.dk

PUTPUT is a interdisciplinary Swiss/Danish artist duo based in Copenhagen and working within the fields of conceptual still life photography, sculpture and publishing.

Natasha Sanchez works with Lumen prints and shows us how to make a dreamlike lumen print creation.

Natasha Sanchez works with Lumen prints and shows us how to make a dreamlike lumen print creation.

DIY: Create Photographs Using Plant Matter! | Photojojo

Photography Lesson Idea: Make neat photographs using positive images on transparency film & plants.

British artists Heather Ackroyd and Dan Harvey make potraits out of grass

Where the green art grows: Stunning portraits created out of grass

British artists Heather Ackroyd and Dan Harvey have created a new set of grass photographs using only living grass and photosynthesis.