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Exhibiting in Cork City May 1st

Brian Barry - Pinhole Photos from Mexico, Guatemala and Honduras

Desde El Dia de los Muertos hasta Semana Santa From The Day of the Dead to Holy Week New Pinhole Photo Etchings from Mexico, Guatemala & Honduras by Brian Barry Opens May 1st, 6pm and continues until May 13th Venue: Basement Project Space, Camden Place, Camden Quay, Cork. FACEBOOK: Basementprojectspace Cork This is the second [...]

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Matchbox Pinhole Camera

Photo from Matchbox Pinhole Camera by Brian Barry, Cork, Ireland.

Here’s a couple of shots taken with my first Pinhole Camera made from a matchbox. I took them in Cork the other day using out-of-dateĀ  35mm FujiColor film. There’s loads of great links out there for making one of these but I combined instructions from Brian J. Krummels book ‘The Pinhole Camera‘ with this. Front [...]

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Pinhole Camera made from a Book 1

Pinhole Picture - Brian Barry

Here’s an exposure from a Pinhole Camera that I made from a hollowed-out book. Here is the Camera. Inside the Camera with the developed paper negative. The Camera in front of the subject.

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Cork Printmakers Christmas Showcase

Cork Printmakers Christmas Showcase 2009

This is well worth a visit. There will be a great range of affordable art on sale and it’s a great showcase of various printmaking techniques. All artists are from Cork Printmakers. My piece ‘Cobh Water Tower’ from the previous post will be available and on show.

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At last . . .

Cuba Obscura, Pinhole Photographs printed as Photo Intaglio Etchings.

My new site Cuba Obscura is finally finished. It contains a selection of Pinhole prints taken in Cuba during December 06 and January 07. They were printed as Photo Intaglio Etchings. Plenty here for lovers of Shipwrecks, Death and Tropical Landscapes . . . . Here’s a funny letter written by a 12 year old [...]

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Necropolis Pinhole Test 2


A one colour photo intaglio print. UPDATE: Cuba Obscura now has its own page!

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