Out of Focus: Pinhole Cameras and their Pictures

Hardcover: 432 pages
Publisher: Verlag Niggli
Language: English, German, French
ISBN-10: 372120851X
ISBN-13: 978-3721208511
Product Dimensions: 22.4 x 19.6 x 4.1 cm
Release Date: 2012
Price: ¥8,000
Condition: new

Conception and layout: Peter Olpe




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Peter Olpe has been manufacturing customised pinhole cameras since 1978. In 2012 he donated 90 of his cameras to the Swiss Camera Museum in Vevey where the collection will be exhibited. In images and texts the book Out of Focus presents these cameras and, in addition, tells the story of the author’s ever-changing interests in pinhole photography – a written documentation of Peter Olpe’s work as a designer, photographer, illustrator and teacher. Furthermore, the creative work of 36 photographers is presented, all of whom Peter Olpe invited to take photos with one of his pinhole cameras in a kind of ‘art barter’. His offer was simple. If the resulting images were of a quality to be used in the book and the exhibition in Vevey, the camera would pass into the possession of the artist. During the project, Olpe designed many unique tailor-made cameras for the artists – and just as many diverse and surprising photographs were created using them. Text in English, French & German.

Peter Olpe, born in 1949, is a graphic designer, photographer, and illustrator. He taught at the Basel School of Design until his retirement in 2009. From the late seventies, Peter Olpe dealt with the design and construction of pinhole cameras for medium-format film. He realised photographic projects and showed and sold them in exhibitions or exchanged them for art. Olpe is also the author of several books on drawing and pinhole photography.

Peter Olpeは1978年以来、制作してきたピンホールカメラを2012年に90もの自身のカメラをスイスカメラミュージアムに寄贈し、エキシビションを行いました。
その際に招待された36人もの写真家の作品も展示されPeter Olpe自身によりレイアウトデザインされた一冊です。

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