Horses at Sunset

Horses at Sunset
Horses at sunset in the polder grasslands around Alphen in Holland, November 2015. Pinhole film using a SLR Magic ‘Toy’ Pin Hole cap – f/128 aperture, 12mm focal length (24mm-equivalent), 84° angle view – mounted on a Olympus Micro Four Third camera (E-PM1). Music : Carousel by Yehezkel Raz | Artlist
Film : 20191112 Michel van der Burg | 1-memo.com | miracles.media

Blue Windmill’s Oostvaart Waterway ~ Pinhole Film


① memo 20190811 ~ Blue Windmill’s Oostvaart Waterway ~ Pinhole Film ~ Blue polder windmill (“Blauwe Wip” wipmolen – blue hollow post mill – build 1636) summer 2013 on the Oostvaart waterway draining polder water into the Old Rhine river in Alphen (Hazerswoude) , Holland.
Pinhole camera : SLR Magic ‘Toy’ Pin Hole cap – f/128 aperture, 12mm focal length (24mm-equivalent), 84° angle view – mounted on a Olympus Micro Four Third camera (E-PM1).

Summer Time


Summer Time ~ Reed pinhole film July 2013 along a polder waterway around Alphen in Holland.
Camera & Sound : SLR Magic ‘Toy’ Pin Hole cap – f/128 aperture, 12mm focal length (24mm-equivalent), 84° angle view – mounted on a Olympus Micro Four Third camera (E-PM1). Synced ambient sound from Olympus LS-10 Linear PCM Recorder. Music : Time by Serge Quadrado | Artlist.
Film ① memo 20190706 Michel van der Burg | 1-memo.com

Lulu


Lulu ~ Wild flowers pinhole film July 2013 along a polder waterway around Alphen in Holland. Edited including slow-motion. Music : Waltz for Lulu by Yoav Ilan | Artlist.
Camera : SLR Magic ‘Toy’ Pin Hole cap – f/128 aperture, 12mm focal length (24mm-equivalent), 84° angle view – mounted on a Olympus Micro Four Third camera (E-PM1). Film ① memo 20190705 Michel van der Burg | 1-memo.com

SLR Magic Toy Pin Hole Cap


① memo 20190704 ~ SLR Magic Toy Pin Hole Cap ~ Explaining japanese tourists the pinhole camera cap, July 2013 in the dutch village Kinderdijk (UNESCO World Heritage), Holland .
Camera : SLR Magic ‘Toy’ Pin Hole cap – f/128 aperture, 12mm focal length (24mm-equivalent), 84° angle view – mounted on a Olympus Micro Four Third camera (E-PM1).