Pinhole Cameras on the Gunflint Trail

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Spent the day picking blueberries on the Gunflint Trail. For fun, I brought along my digital pinhole camera lens and took pictures under the bright blue sky. Even on a sunny day, a pinhole camera needs about three seconds to make a proper exposure. Back home, I played with the image to get an old fashion look. One thing about a digital pinhole is that it shows every piece of dust on your sensor. It took about 10 minutes per image to remove all the dust.

Pinhole camera image on the Gunflint Trail

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