Tin Can Pinhole Photo


Workshop pinhole photography at SKVR BeeldFabriek (SKVR ImageFactory) September 11, 2011 in Rotterdam, Holland. The ’24 hour culture’ event of Rotterdam (’24 uur cultuur’).
Turn a can into a Camera Obscura and make your own pinhole photo , and print it in a real dark room.
A tin can is used , punched with a pinhole , that has been painted black inside and loaded with photographic paper.
The pinhole is covered with tape , that is removed some 10-15 seconds for exposure of the film when taking the picture.
Your cameraman is taking his pinhole photo of the nearby Rotterdam Erasmus bridge.
The Dutch Youth Accordion Orchestra ( NJAO , MD Marc Belder ) played nearby that day the Sonatina Piccola (Jan Masséus). A second camera (Sony TX7) was used for the documentary.
Tin Can Pinhole Photo ~ Music : Sonatina Piccola (Jan Masséus) by Dutch Youth Accordion Orchestra NJAO | MD Marc Belder ~ Film : 20200902 Michel van der Burg | Miracles•Media

Floaters


Floaters ~ One minute at the border of the Silent Rhine from under the ‘Fish-bridge’ at the confluence of the Old and New Rhine, where Leyden was born, October 2009, Leyden, Holland.
First published in 2010 (20101023) via my now obsolete YouTube channel iClip , as : 1’2009 Stille Rijn – Leiden – Holland.
Next remade and submitted as ‘floaters’ for The One Minutes Collection (# 3877 , file mvdb20120829_floaters ) August 31, 2012. That version upscaled for today ‘s online version here.
Film : Floaters (20101023 – 20120831 – 20200513) Michel van der Burg | michelvanderburg.com | miracles.media

Filming Amsterdam Streets

Filming Amsterdam Streets.
iPhone X view of the Sony Alpha A7S II with Sony ECM-XYST1M Stereo Mic (with both the proprietary Sony fuzzy windscreen plus a Rycote shield on top) filming the ‘Bears sluice’ (Berensluis) bridge 65 spanning the Prinsengracht canal in the center of Amsterdam , at twilight 5 PM January 7, 2020. See film 20200108 (1-memo.com) for the Sony image. Film : 20200222 Michel van der Burg | 1-memo.com