Judith Hoffman

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Photos of the late Cretaceous taken with Tyrannosaurus photoventris pinhole camera

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Pinhole photo of the late Cretaceous taken with the Tyrannosaurus photoventris pinhole camera

First Photos of the late Cretaceous, ©2009. Taken by Tyrannosaurus photoventris. The camera needed an adjustment, it only took photos of one area. There is a little book of the photos here

Another view of the late Cretaceous taken with the Tyrannosaurus photoventris pinhole camera

The tubular lens enclosure turned out to restrict the wide angle. I wanted it to hold the lens cap in place, but it should be a little less deep.

This appears to be a pinhole photo of godzilla near a volcano in the late Cretaceous
Palm trees, a volcano and some dinosaurs appear in this pinhole photo from the late Cretaceous
Two godzillas and a tyrannosaur rush the camera in a pinhole photo from the late Cretaceous
a pinhole photo of a tyrannosaur taken with the Tyrannosuarus photoventris pinhole camera on Worldwide Pinhole photography day 2011

©2011, some more photos from Tyrannosaurus photo ventris. This one was my official entry for Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day, 2011. This photo was also included in the book "Play! Toy Camera Photographers for Tots: A Collection of Sixty-three Toy Camera Photographs Made by Thirty-six Photographers in Twelve Countries" 2011, p. 67.

a pinhole photo of Imperialsaurus taken on Worldwide Pinhole photography day 2011 by Judith Hoffman

A photo of Imperialsaurus, also taken on Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day, 2011.

All these photos were taken on my worktable, with a large sheet of paper as the backdrop. The pterosaur in the background is a toy from ebay, it has a 15 inch wingspan. The volcano is a large book I started but never finished.

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