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FL=73mm, PH=0.2mm, f/stop=365, exp=12 sec.
Pinhole was offset to top of camera.

david sine, Kilgub, mtiborus, momò, and 671 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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  1. goat karma 61 months ago | reply

    Hi there, just to let you know you made the list for 'The Best 15 Pinhole Shots from Flickr EVER!!' on holgablog:

    www.holgablog.com/2009/04/17/the-best-15-pinhole-shots-fr...

    Great photo!

  2. the half-blood prince 59 months ago | reply

    this is a wonderful take on the flatiron building. it looks so quaint...

  3. Láma 59 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Resistenza Analogica | Analogue Resistence, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

  4. Phil Kneen(www.philkneen.com) [deleted] 58 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Photographers block, and we'd love to have this added to the group!


    Photographers block

    This inspirational image is a cure for photographers block!

  5. l'estivale [deleted] 58 months ago | reply

    amazing shot.

  6. Dr. RawheaD 54 months ago | reply

    Pinhole shift? Genius!

  7. dogseat 53 months ago | reply

    now there's a different perspective

  8. Luciano Montanha 48 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Pin-olheiros, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

  9. caoseducado 47 months ago | reply

    This is just too good, too good!

  10. George Sheils (seoirseosial) 41 months ago | reply

    My favourite American building.

    So distinctive...so pretty.

  11. Fadzly @ Shutterhack 41 months ago | reply

    that is such a landmark but to it done as well as this is just too uncommon

  12. mighty_herring 36 months ago | reply

    man, you rule!! this is awesome!!

  13. David L. 36 months ago | reply

    instant fave!

  14. Michael Godek 33 months ago | reply

    so gorgeous...i love the colors it picked up

  15. zerotolerenc 18 months ago | reply

    AMAZING! What 4x5 camera did you capiture this with?

  16. zerotolerenc 16 months ago | reply

    I can't get over how much I like this photo.

  17. zerotolerenc 16 months ago | reply

    how did you know how far back to be in order to capiture this whole building?

  18. jrappold 14 months ago | reply

    The Flatiron is my favorite building of all time. Fantastic shot!

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