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"The study and practice of Pinhole photography is essential to an understanding of the effects of 'time' and 'light' and their relation to one another. The natural balance between the two can only be discovered, never reproduced. The process is almost entirely intuitive, except for the added focal length. This Pinhole of my wife as a child was taken 60 years after the moment, in time. Camera: handmade 4x5 sliding box with 120 rollfilm back."