Camp Sherman / Metolius River Pinhole Photograph - Archival Frame

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Camp Sherman / Metolius River Pinhole Photograph - Archival Frame

395.00

Three 5"x5" pinhole (lens-less) photographs (analog not digital) printed on Archival Epson Photo Luster Paper with Archival Epson HDR inkset. Images are of The Metolius River and the Camp Sherman (Oregon) area. Professional Archival Framing with 2 rag mats and backing, UV conservation glass and cherry wood veneer Italian frame.

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Images are captured on a Nopo pinhole camera by our sister company, obscura GRAPHICS ( http://www.obscura.graphics/ ) and printed on Epson glossy photo paper using Epson HDR inkset.  All work is compelted at High Desert Frameworks.  You can learn more about our fine art and graphic printing services at https://www.highdesertframeworks.com/digital-printing  

A little about obscura Graphics:  For many of us (those born prior to 1990) we grew up with film cameras, drop off or mail order "snap shots."  Our photo albums are hardcopy not stored digitally or in the cloud and we could touch, feel and experience the memories we captured in film and onto photo paper.  Our refrigerators where our photo wall. With the movement to digital capture, instant digital point and shoot as well as the big brother DSLR the film process disappeared and so did Kodak.  Film, processing and darkrooms are still alive and have a place in our lives.  As vinyl records are making a very slow comeback so is analog photography. A camera obscura (Latin: "dark chamber") is an optical device that led to photography and the photographic camera. The device consists of a box or room with a hole in one side. Light from an external scene passes through the hole and strikes a surface inside, where it is reproduced, rotated 180 degrees (thus upside-down), but with color and perspective preserved.  The Nopo 120  medium-format model dedicated to 120 mm films are handcrafted in Madrid Spain and made of walnut, cherry and birch wood.  At obscura Graphics, we strive to provide unique and memorable images that you will enjoy for many years to come.  All images are capture  either by a lenless Nopo analog wooden 120 format camera or assorted digital cameras.  Each image in our image gallery reflects its capture method.  We only sell images taken with our analog cameras.  After all we are -- obscura GRAPHICS.