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Abstract Pinhole Photos Created with Distressed Color Film

Drew Kunz has a pretty neat way of creating abstract pinhole photographs. Using a film canister as his “camera”, he drills small holes into rolls of color film, distresses the film further with a small nail, and then develops the exposed film first with coffee and sodium carbonate, and finally with C-41.

This next image was created in a different manner than the others. Fuji 400 film was immersed in water, frozen, drilled into, and then exposed to light for five minutes, resulting in this:

To see more distressed film photos by Kunz, check out this set on Flickr.

(via Photojojo)


Image credit: Photographs by Drew Kunz and used with permission


 
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  • http://twitter.com/chungdha Chung Dha Lam

    Wow awesome!!! Sometimes going back to old technique can still make impressive things than new technology.

  • http://www.share5.net Colin C.

    I’m not a big fan of abstract photography, but this are stunning images!

  • http://www.share5.net Colin C.

    I’m not a big fan of abstract photography, but this are stunning images!

  • http://twitter.com/McKroskey Fabrizio Caligiuri

    beautiful! :-O