Brian J. Krummel, a photographer by formal training, completed a BA in Arts from Pennsylvania State University in 1996, focusing on photography as a creative discipline. Brian's passion about photography has led him to continue his own photographic experimentations and explorations over the years with a variety of tools and techniques, which most recently included branching off into the interests of lo-fi, toy camera, and pinhole photography. Brian has gained media exposure through television, newspapers, and websites for his on-going work that has been published in photographic magazines and online media. He also teaches workshops where emerging artists can learn the hands-on basics of pinhole photography. Like many artists, Brian enjoys a parallel creative career and owns his own interactive firm. Brian works in the Pittsburgh, PA area and lives with his wife and three children in a quiet city suburb. Brian can be reached online at www.thepinholecamera.com.Reseña del editor:
The Pinhole Camera is a practical how-to manual for making pinhole cameras and images.The techniques contained here are not difficult to master, and soon you will find yourself constructing your own cameras and making wonderful, innovative images. The content is divided into four parts, spanning fourteen comprehensive chapters.The Beginner Track, Advanced Track, and Creative Opportunities serve as an intuitive structure to the topics and techniques introduced so that both beginners and advanced artists can work at their own pace.
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