Pocohontas Meets Matt Abelson and Stephen Schaub

Pocohontas Meets Matt Abelson and Stephen Schaub, Brattleboro, VT. 2008

Listen to this exciting interview with Matt Abelson of Abelson Scope Works as he talks about his Pinhole Camera Systems(Hexomniscope, Omniscope and Pinhole Turret). Interview by Stephen Schaub.

Note: The Omniscope is in Matt’s hands (left) and the Hexomniscope is in my hands (right)…Pocohontas is just along for the ride.  Also, as mentioned in the audio blog please post questions to Matt Abelson here in the comment section under this post and I will pass it along to Matt so that the questions and answers can accompany this post for the benefit of all.

Viva la Revolution!!

2 Responses

  1. cory Lum

    aloha ! stephen and matt
    wonderful audio segment !

    stephen cool photographs

    matt, an amazing tool for photographers !

    you rock !

    hey MATT & STEPHEN , i’m interested in doing some IR photographs with a Hoya RM72 filter.

    is there a way a smaller sized HOYA RM72 can be fitted on the pinholes ??

    i’m the guy in hawaii that travels to asia frequently

    aloha

    cory

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/corylum/

    http://www.corylum.com

  2. Two possible ways to do this:
    -Are the filters available as gels? If so it would be possible to punch out some filter discs. If the lenses are unscrewed from the camera it is possible to puch the pinhole out of the lens assembly. This could then be reassembled with the filter disc gel. This may be a bit time cosuming to do.
    -I could machine up slip on fiter adapters the would accept normal threaded filters. These would slip onto the knurled portion of the lens assemblies.

    Matt

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