We are proud to introduce you to yet another way how to approach photography with your Lumu — Stephen Best created a new app that probably tackles all the know issues our own Lumu Pinhole app has and adds those functionalities we neglected.
Read more about it from its AppStore app description below:
“Pinhole Master is a light meter and exposure timer for pinhole photographers, or anybody else photographing with long exposures. It uses your iPhone/iPad camera or a Lumu to determine the light level (Exposure Value) then calculates the exposure required. Maintain a library of cameras you own and films/papers you use, together with optional fully customisable reciprocity failure compensation. The app’s goals are accuracy and efficient real-world use. Pinhole Master has everything you need to easily master pinhole photography!”
And so you should! Please find the links to the app below.
We are also posting some photos Stephen exhibited last year in Canberra, Australia. Here’s what he had to say about it.
“All were taken with a Zero 612F pinhole camera on Fujifilm Neopan Acros 100. Metering was done almost exclusively with an iPhone 4S and a Lumu. The film was scanned with a Flextight 848 and printed (toned) on Hahnemühle Photo Rag Ultra Smooth paper with an Epson Stylus Pro 9900.”
Make sure to check his blog post for more of his work:http://www.stephenbestphotography.com