I thought it would be entertaining to capture this 60-year old camera, a David White Stereo Realist circa mid 1950s,  with the combined technologies of my Nikon D700 digital camera (modern) and a homemade pinhole attachment (camera obscura, quite ancient).   I love all of the flares created with the long exposure.

This is a 3-shot 32-bit HDR image.  Yes, HDR with a pinhole lens.  Crazy, I know.

Day 36 of my 365 photo a day project.

A David White Stereo Realist camera captured with a pinhole lens attachment.

A David White Stereo Realist camera captured with a pinhole lens attachment.

 

 

If you are looking for art for your home or office or something to spice up your digital desktop, this image and most of the others from this project are available as prints and digital downloads.  You can also check out the rest of my portfolio here.