I really like this photo, I like how soft it looks, the vignette and obviously the subject! 🙂
It was taken with a pinhole lens called Holga that costs 10€ or so. It’s made entirely of plastic and unfortunately it’s a 60mm lens so i don’t use it much. If it was wide angled i’d use it a lot more! lol
The photos look really bad (compared to Canon lenses!) when taken with this lens but they’re supposed to look like that! 😀 They have light leaks, soft focus, a lot of vignette and weird shadows created by the plastic “glass” of the lens. We need to use a tripod pretty much all the time with it unless you’re out in the open facing the sun. But with a bit of editing, it’s possible to turn these bad photos into something great and creative! 🙂 Or you can use the photos without editing at all, they’ll still look different than the ones taken with normal lenses lol
Location: Curral dos Burros – Madeira island – Portugal
Shutter speed: 4 seconds.
Focal Length: 60mm