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Pizza Church

This image, created by the Pinhole Blender, incorporates church, home, and business.  I will allow the viewer to fill in the blanks, if there are any. Advertisements

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Self Portrait

A while back I offered an image that represented Three Self Portraits.  This time I decided to use the Pinhole Blender to offer a more straightforward self portrait.  To the left is a brick wall, which is where I oftentimes … Continue reading

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The Recruiter

One of my girlfriend’s nephews recently joined the Air Force. To be as kind as possible, I will simply say that the individual who recruited him could have been a little more forthcoming with the information that he offered. This … Continue reading

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Three Self Portraits

There are not many pictures of myself on the Internet … actually, there are not many pictures of myself at all, as I’d rather focus on other, more interesting topics.  However, the Pinhole Blender gave me an opportunity to put … Continue reading

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Annapolis Graveyard

Chris Peregoy’s Pinhole Blender allows for the blending of multiple pinhole images into a single frame. This particular image was made in a graveyard beside the city of Annapolis, MD, allowing gravestones and graveyard angels to blend into one another.

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Annapolis Street

Annapolis, MD is an interesting place in many respects. It is one of the older cities in the United States, but has been maintained nicely due to regulations concerning historic buildings (this has also proven to be a problem, as … Continue reading

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Eastport, MD

I have been playing around with Chris Peregoy’s Pinhole Blender for a while now, and have enjoyed the results. The idea is that the film is placed within a canister approximately the size of a cookie tin (I use the … Continue reading

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