by Peter Tonguette, The Columbus Dispatch

For most photographers, the point of taking a picture is to present a clear image of a person, place or event.

The photographs of artist Hillary Perhot, however, are considerably more ephemeral.

The native of Tampa, Florida, makes use of pinhole cameras to capture a range of often indecipherable images — blurs of black and white; smears of pink and orange; and the occasional form or figure that emerges from a haze.

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