Auloma produces pinhole cameras and slot-in lens filters. All our products are manufactured according our quality standards where all parts and all process still anchored to craftmaship Italian tradition. Our philosophy is manufacturing goods where beauty, reliability and technology are mixed together to provide unique good for our customers. Each day our efforts are oriented to create icons over all season.
Auloma proposes a range of pinhole cameras for different photographic sets: landscapes, portraiture, wide-angle and other artistic situations, thanks to cameras with different focal measures dimensioned for a specific use. All our pinhole camera are made in composite material used mainly in automotive industry, a special resin whrere we add particles of steel to provide at our pinhole camera features as robustness and durability. All precise parts that composing the camera are made by moulding and the precise assembly avoid any light leakage.
Pinhole cameras do not use a lens to focus the image but use a tiny hole called a pinhole. Camera lenses are made with treatments that block ultraviolet rays, these rays are particularly harmful in analogue photography because they have the ability to impress the film. Pinhole cameras therefore do not have this protection, ultraviolet rays pass through the pinhole creating a foggy effect on both colour and black and white photographs, with a further colour variation to shades of violet in colour photography. To overcome these drawbacks, Auloma has developed a range of photographic filters ranging from UV filters, ND neutral density filters, to a complete range of coloured filters for black and white photography. The entire range of Aulomacolour filters are designed to block the damaging effects of UV rays in pinhole photography. Our filters are large square or rectangular filters, this because pinhole photography is often wide-angle, and our 100x100mm and 130x170mm size filters are particularly popular with view camera users. Although our filters were developed for a specific use, they are still excellent for use on traditional analogue cameras and the latest generation of digital cameras.Go to filters page ❱
Auloma offers a section dedicated to the learning of techniques useful to engage in pinhole photography. This information ranges from photographic techniques to post-production such as development techniques.
Then read our guides on how to take analogue photographs using pinhole cameras in the best possible way.
Pinhole photography guides ❱
During the year, APM Magazine presents the shots taken by photographers who own an Auloma pinhole and are registered with the social group Flickr ®"Pinhole auloma customers photos". Within the pages of Auloma Pinhole Magazine, readers will find in-depth tests of Auloma products, as well as ancillary equipment, technical reports on pinhole and analog photography in general, interesting tips for users, exclusive reports and much more.Attaphoto Magazine Articles ❱
In addition to the news published on social media you can access the section dedicated to news on auloma products and commercial initiatives dedicated to its products on this site. Stay updated and visit our news:News by Auloma ❱
Our tutorials show how set-up our pinhole cameras, before, during and after your photographic set. The tutorials are available such as web pages or videos and will be possible set your camera in the best way.
See our tutorials to see and learn step by step the camera set-up.
Auloma Tutorials ❱
Follow us on social media to see our activities about pinhole photography executed with our pinhole cameras or the news about our products. As soon as you receive an Auloma pinhole camera, use and follow the hashtag #auloma to find and share your shots on social media.#auloma on istagram ❱