The magic of pinhole photography with Jude Keogh

3/28/2015 ISO 1200 Magazine 0 Comments


Using cameras made from recycled food tin cans, Orange photographer Jude Keogh (website) creates long-exposure images of the world around her.



It’s hard to believe in this digital age that a photograph can be produced using a tin box with no button and no lens. Pinhole images are simple, unique and amazing, so too is the landscape.
Truth in Landscape tells a story of history, truth and change through the land and environment. Pinhole cameras create photos with a nostalgic feel which helps encapsulate the history of the landscape.

Producer and Camera: Luke Wong - ABC Open
Sound: John Da Rin
Interview: Liam Dunne

Text, images and video via ABC Open Central West NSW



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