6×12 Panoramic now available!

6×12 Panoramic Pinhole! 60mm focal length, f200, dual pinholes for horizon placement on either third, excellent CNC build as per the RealitySoSubtle 6×17.

More here!

RealitySoSubtle 6x12


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Some customer images with the 6×6..

Happy new year!

This year I’m going to add at least 1, maybe 2 more pinhole cameras to the line-up. I’ve got a 6×12 curved film plane (120 degree angle of view) almost ready to go and there might be a 35mm camera coming later in the year.

For now enjoy these images shot with the RealitySoSubtle 6×6 camera and some very talented photographers!

More details on the RealitySoSubtle 6×6 camera here!

These were shot by Olle Pursiainen

me @ the barn   

These beauties by Chester Chen:

Garden Bridge Pinhole

iHub Building

Morning Light


and these by Emre Yildirim
Emre Yildir
Little Tower   


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RealitySosubtle 6×6 now available!

Finally.. It’s ready! I think it might be the smallest medium format pinhole camera out there!!

The first units will be shipping towards the end of this week. You can order yours now here!

More information of the camera here!

I’ll be adding some better shots of the camera over the coming days…

image (11)s

photo (3)s

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Closed for Holidays

I am taking holidays from now until the 8th August. Any orders in the mean time will ship on the 10th.

I will be bringing a prototype RealitySoSubtle 6×6 with me for testing!!!

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Shooting 6x17s in the Burren

I was recently in Ireland for a long weekend and took along my own RealitySoSubtle 6×17 pinhole camera. This area is known as ‘the Burren’ (Rocky place) – a ruggedly beautiful and inspiring landscape.




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Infra-red with the RealitySoSubtle 4×5

Yesterday evening I went to Nantes in order to try out some infra-red pinhole with the 4×5 pinhole camera. The film used here is Rollei IR400, and the filter used is the Hoya R72.

Thank you Jacob Klee for finding and sharing the perfect ASA (with the R72 filter) and reciprocity characteristics for this film….which are as follows:

Note: I was using the ‘Pinhole assist’ app on the iphone to meter and the “Reciprocity+” app to compensate the metered time.


1: Meter at ASA3 (using pinhole assist app with the applicable “f number” set),

2. Enter metered time into “Reciprocity+” app using the “Tri-x – plus x125”  reciprocity setting (which I copied and renamed Rollei IR400).

This exposure ( of the beautiful Lu tower in Nantes) was 5 minutes..

Lu Tower



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