Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day (WPPD) is a global event celebrating the fantasy, art, fun and experience of lens less photography. It is a day to take some time off from the increasingly technological world we live in and to participate in the simple act of making a pinhole photograph. It is a day for us to remember the beauty of this historical photographic process.
The Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day is held each year on the last Sunday in April. So during the last weekend, me together with Xiang and Kelvin, along with Gakken Pinhole and friends, we were out to Ulu Yam to celebrate this special event.
Before I show you the pinhole photographs, lets see what I've caught from my canon.
Who says the stars only appear at night? Thanks to Kelvin for sharing with me this cool bokeh's effect! Pinhole in action. Yeah, it's all about the timing.
Then we started taking some portrait shots, you know who would be the model... :) I used the star mask but somehow I accidentally put it further out so the picture turned like this... Pinhole effect? :P So tiring... We left the waterfall around 7pm, head to the lake to catch the magic hour. Believe me, it was beautiful, we had never expected to see this kind of view specially in a polluted capital of KL.
Mountains, waterfalls, fresh air, cameras, friends, and an incredibly beautiful sunset. It was more than a Pinhole Day to be remembered. Thanks to Cathy for telling me about this place. :)