by Paul Jones and Miggs Burroughs
May 7th – June 30th, 2010
Reception: Friday, May 7, 2010 5:00pm – 7:00pm
“Pinholes & Pixels,” is an exhibit of curious photography at the opposite ends of technology.
Pinhole photography records an image through a tiny hole in place of a lens. Long exposures, compact tonal values and a softer image are its biggest drawbacks. These are also its greatest assets.
Lenticular photography combines the pixels from two digital photos into one image, allowing the viewer to control the sequence, speed and ultimately, the meaning of these changing images.