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Handmade Wooden Pinhole Cameras - 05 Jul 2013
Images of pinhole cameras, made from walnut and maple, at the Ondu design and fabrication studio in Lopatnik village in Slovenia. Founder of Ondu, Elvis Halilovic used crowdsourcing website Kickstarter to achieve the funding needed to turn his hobby into a business. Receiving over 10 times his initial $10,000 goal, he now has to ship over 1000 pinhole cameras to backers
of his project.
The cameras come in a variety of formats and range in price from $70 - $200. Halilovic said he can make about 100 cameras a week.
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July 04, 2013
Elvis Halilovic loads a roll of film into a wooden pinhole camera at the Ondu design and fabrication...
Lopatnik, Slovenia
Elvis Halilovic loads a roll of film into a wooden pinhole camera at the Ondu design and fabrication...
Elvis Halilovic loads a roll of film into a wooden pinhole camera at the Ondu design and fabrication studio in Lopatnik village near Velenje, June 27, 2013. Founder of Ondu, Halilovic used crowdsourcing website Kickstarter to achieve the funding needed to turn his hobby into a business. Receiving over 10 tens his initial $10,000 goal, he now has to ship over 1000 pinhole cameras to backers of his project. The cameras, made from walnut and maple, come in a variety of formats and range in price from $70 - $200. Halilovic said he can make about 100 cameras a week. Picture taken June 27, 2013.
REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA - Tags: MEDIA BUSINESS)
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July 04, 2013
A roll of film is seen among wooden pinhole cameras on the work-bench at the Ondu design and fabrication...
Lopatnik, Slovenia
A roll of film is seen among wooden pinhole cameras on the work-bench at the Ondu design and fabrication...
A roll of film is seen among wooden pinhole cameras on the work-bench at the Ondu design and fabrication studio in Lopatnik village near Velenje, June 27, 2013. Founder of Ondu, Elvis Halilovic used crowdsourcing website Kickstarter to achieve the funding needed to turn his hobby into a business. Receiving over 10 tens his initial $10,000 goal, he now has to ship over 1000 pinhole cameras to backers of his project. The cameras, made from walnut and maple, come in a variety of formats and range in price from $70 - $200. Halilovic said he can make about 100 cameras a week. Picture taken June 27, 2013.
REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA - Tags: MEDIA BUSINESS)
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July 04, 2013
A wooden pinhole camera is seen on the work-bench at the Ondu design and fabrication studio in Lopatnik...
Lopatnik, Slovenia
A wooden pinhole camera is seen on the work-bench at the Ondu design and fabrication studio in Lopatnik...
A wooden pinhole camera is seen on the work-bench at the Ondu design and fabrication studio in Lopatnik village near Velenje, June 27, 2013. Founder of Ondu, Elvis Halilovic used crowdsourcing website Kickstarter to achieve the funding needed to turn his hobby into a business. Receiving over 10 tens his initial $10,000 goal, he now has to ship over 1000 pinhole cameras to backers of his project. The cameras, made from walnut and maple, come in a variety of formats and range in price from $70 - $200. Halilovic said he can make about 100 cameras a week. Picture taken June 27, 2013.
REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA - Tags: MEDIA BUSINESS)
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July 04, 2013
Elvis Halilovic saws a piece of wood for making a wooden pinhole camera at the Ondu design and fabrication...
Lopatnik, Slovenia
Elvis Halilovic fabricates a wooden pinhole camera at the Ondu design and fabrication studio in Lopatnik...
Elvis Halilovic saws a piece of wood for making a wooden pinhole camera at the Ondu design and fabrication studio in Lopatnik village near Velenje, June 27, 2013. Founder of Ondu, Halilovic used crowdsourcing website Kickstarter to achieve the funding needed to turn his hobby into a business. Receiving over 10 tens his initial $10,000 goal, he now has to ship over 1000 pinhole cameras to backers of his project. The cameras, made from walnut and maple, come in a variety of formats and range in price from $70 - $200. Halilovic said he can make about 100 cameras a week. Picture taken June 27, 2013.
REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA - Tags: MEDIA BUSINESS)
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July 04, 2013
Elvis Halilovic demostrates how to put a roll of film into a developing spool in Lopatnik village near...
Lopatnik, Slovenia
Elvis Halilovic demostrates how to put a roll of film into a developing spool in Lopatnik village
Elvis Halilovic demostrates how to put a roll of film into a developing spool in Lopatnik village near Velenje, June 27, 2013. Founder of Ondu, Halilovic used crowdsourcing website Kickstarter to achieve the funding needed to turn his hobby into a business. Receiving over 10 tens his initial $10,000 goal, he now has to ship over 1000 pinhole cameras to backers of his project. The cameras, made from walnut and maple, come in a variety of formats and range in price from $70 - $200. Halilovic said he can make about 100 cameras a week. Picture taken June 27, 2013. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA - Tags: MEDIA BUSINESS)
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July 04, 2013
Elvis Halilovic develops a print taken with a wooden pinhole camera in his darkroom in Lopatnik village...
Lopatnik, Slovenia
Elvis Halilovic develops a print taken with a wooden pinhole camera in his darkroom in Lopatnik village...
Elvis Halilovic develops a print taken with a wooden pinhole camera in his darkroom in Lopatnik village near Velenje, June 27, 2013. Founder of Ondu, Halilovic used crowdsourcing website Kickstarter to achieve the funding needed to turn his hobby into a business. Receiving over 10 tens his initial $10,000 goal, he now has to ship over 1000 pinhole cameras to backers of his project. The cameras, made from walnut and maple, come in a variety of formats and range in price from $70 - $200. Halilovic said he can make about 100 cameras a week. Picture taken June 27, 2013. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA - Tags: MEDIA BUSINESS)
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July 04, 2013
Elvis Halilovic uses a wooden pinhole camera to take photo in Lopatnik village near Velenje, June 27,...
Lopatnik, Slovenia
Elvis Halilovic uses a wooden pinhole camera to take photo in Lopatnik village
Elvis Halilovic uses a wooden pinhole camera to take photo in Lopatnik village near Velenje, June 27, 2013. Founder of Ondu, Halilovic used crowdsourcing website Kickstarter to achieve the funding needed to turn his hobby into a business. Receiving over 10 tens his initial $10,000 goal, he now has to ship over 1000 pinhole cameras to backers of his project. The cameras, made from walnut and maple, come in a variety of formats and range in price from $70 - $200. Halilovic said he can make about 100 cameras a week. Picture taken June 27, 2013. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA - Tags: MEDIA BUSINESS)
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July 04, 2013
Elvis Halilovic dries film negative after developing it in Lopatnik village near Velenje, June 27, 2013....
Lopatnik, Slovenia
Elvis Halilovic dries film negative after developing it in Lopatnik
Elvis Halilovic dries film negative after developing it in Lopatnik village near Velenje, June 27, 2013. Founder of Ondu, Halilovic used crowdsourcing website Kickstarter to achieve the funding needed to turn his hobby into a business. Receiving over 10 tens his initial $10,000 goal, he now has to ship over 1000 pinhole cameras to backers of his project. The cameras, made from walnut and maple, come in a variety of formats and range in price from $70 - $200. Halilovic said he can make about 100 cameras a week. Picture taken June 27, 2013. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA - Tags: MEDIA BUSINESS)
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July 04, 2013
Elvis Halilovic poses as a wooden pinhole camera is used to take his photo at the Ondu design and fabrication...
Lopatnik, Slovenia
Elvis Halilovic poses as a wooden pinhole camera is used to take his photo at the Ondu design and fabrication...
Elvis Halilovic poses as a wooden pinhole camera is used to take his photo at the Ondu design and fabrication studio in Lopatnik village near Velenje, June 27, 2013. Founder of Ondu, Halilovic used crowdsourcing website Kickstarter to achieve the funding needed to turn his hobby into a business. Receiving over 10 tens his initial $10,000 goal, he now has to ship over 1000 pinhole cameras to backers of his project. The cameras, made from walnut and maple, come in a variety of formats and range in price from $70 - $200. Halilovic said he can make about 100 cameras a week. Picture taken June 27, 2013.
REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA - Tags: MEDIA BUSINESS)
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July 04, 2013
Elvis Halilovic poses with wooden pinhole cameras at the Ondu design and fabrication studio in Lopatnik...
Lopatnik, Slovenia
Elvis Halilovic poses with wooden pinhole cameras at the Ondu design and fabrication studio in Lopatnik...
Elvis Halilovic poses with wooden pinhole cameras at the Ondu design and fabrication studio in Lopatnik village near Velenje, June 27, 2013. Founder of Ondu, Halilovic used crowdsourcing website Kickstarter to achieve the funding needed to turn his hobby into a business. Receiving over 10 tens his initial $10,000 goal, he now has to ship over 1000 pinhole cameras to backers of his project. The cameras, made from walnut and maple, come in a variety of formats and range in price from $70 - $200. Halilovic said he can make about 100 cameras a week. Picture taken June 27, 2013 with a pinhole camera. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA - Tags: MEDIA BUSINESS)
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July 04, 2013
A wooden pinhole camera, a folder of negative film and a laptop is seen in a darkroom in Lopatnik village...
Lopatnik, Slovenia
A wooden pinhole camera, a folder of negative film and a laptop is seen in a darkroom in Lopatnik
A wooden pinhole camera, a folder of negative film and a laptop is seen in a darkroom in Lopatnik village near Velenje, June 27, 2013. Founder of Ondu, Elvis Halilovic used crowdsourcing website Kickstarter to achieve the funding needed to turn his hobby into a business. Receiving over 10 tens his initial $10,000 goal, he now has to ship over 1000 pinhole cameras to backers of his project. The cameras, made from walnut and maple, come in a variety of formats and range in price from $70 - $200. Halilovic said he can make about 100 cameras a week. Picture taken June 27, 2013. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA - Tags: MEDIA BUSINESS)
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