Sweet Pinhole Dreams in Old Kensington

Real Estate Agent with Realtor / Owner - RE/MAX Access

It's a funny thing, but as a blogger, you automatically start to become more invested in photography, more so than you ever were before. Your blog can be extremely thoughtful and provocative, but if you don't have good photography, or any images at all, you're only putting in half the effort. In the current scope of things, when smartphones are equipped to shoot above standard point-and-shoot quality, there is no excuse. Anyone can take a decent shot, right? Maybe.

But there is still something about a person who has the ability to frame and execute their images so brilliantly that they halt us. Especially photographers that can take excellent photos with pinhole cameras. These cameras have a single tiny hole and no lens, with a lengthier exposure and some real skills required to operate. Pinhole Dreams, a Nexus Gallery exhibition, will showcase pinhole photographers this month. To see some amazing scenes and the eyes behind them, don't miss the Opening Reception on Thursday, October 14, from 6 - 9 pm. The following photographers will be featured:

Chris Macan -- www.ChrisMacan.com

Scott McMahon -- www.scottmcmahonphoto.com

Chris Peregoy -- www.pinholeblender.com

Jeff Holder -- www.jeffreyholderphotography.com

Scott Speck -- www.scottspeck.com

John Fobes

Nexus Gallery, Crane Arts Building at 1400 N. American St, Suite 102

[image via Chris Peregoy, View From My Window]


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Richard Stabile
Keller Williams Valley Realty - Woodcliff Lake, NJ
Bergen County New Homes Builder Realtor

Christopher and Stephanie:

That is a very interesting shot with a very interesting camera I suppose.

I love the colors.


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