With its venerable origins dating back to the earliest days of photography as we know it, the pinhole camera is a storied if not somewhat antiquated device. But in the hands of a master, its former glory is once again rekindled, and photographer Robert Mann is just that. He was generous enough to share some of his work from two series, Orbits (the product of candles artfully left on turntables before an open aperture) and Landscapes, and it is our honor and pleasure to share them with you. Enjoy.
Artist’s website: www.thencamenow.com