Complete! Just finished building a 5×7 pinhole camera for a friend Janet tonight. I met Janet here through one of my journal entries. She had mentioned to me that she has always wanted to get into pinhole photography but only wanted to use paper. I suggested that bigger is better when using paper and so I designed a 5×7 pinhole camera at her request. As you can see the camera ain’t that pretty but having had the experience […]
Had an awesome day today in Ottawa at The Art House Cafe! A few behind the scenes photographed by Edward Murray. Thank you to The Art House Cafe, for being so amazing and to those who came out and made this a great success. Will be back soon again!
One on One Art Portraits will be updating its presence and transitioning itself into a new direction. Black and white photography will always remain as the key signature element of One on One Art Portraits along with working non- digitally specializing in traditional and non-traditional creative works of art. Website will be temporarily unavailable for the moment. Have a great weekend!
Lately I have been testing with different films for my pinhole portraits. My first test was with Arista EDU Ultra 400 black and white negative film. It is rally different than what I am use to, but I am growing to like it. It is extremely grainy but I don’t mind that at all.
Having had such a wonderful experience in Ottawa with pinhole portraits , ( December 30th, 2018), I have decided to make my way there once again. I will be in Ottawa this weekend collaborating with The Art House Cafe and photographing the members of this great creative hub and community. I will be also returning to celebrate their 1 year anniversary! Here are some resulting images from Ottawa.
I am so happy to announce that an article has been published MIRROR about me and my art! It really feels nice to know that my work is reaching others and taken seriously. Thank you MIRROR for the wonderful article. Nicole Small – “One on One Art” The artist Nicole Small – “One on One Art” makes us know some of His photos: a fair exchange between photographer and subject, in a climate of extreme truth…read more here.