WWPD World Wide Pinhole Photography Day shoot on 4/30/2011

I got out shooting with my friends in LUMP, the League of Upper Midwestern Pinhole photographers on Saturday in honor of World Wide Pinhole Photography Day.

We went to Stillwater, MN in a cold rain and luckily had a few minutes in the morning when it was cold, but not that rainy. Then, we had some lunch. Not a bad morning at all.

I shot two rolls and had some nice results using my Speed Graphic and a 6×8 roll back, sometimes a red filter. 60mm focal length, .3mm pinhole for f/200. Fuji Acros shot at EI64 and processed in Rodinal 1:100 for 18 minutes.

About scott

I live in Minneapolis Minnesota and have a passion for making portraits with view cameras and large format black and white film. In the last ten years, I have been drawn to older film cameras and large film formats up to 8x10 inch negatives. I also spend a fair amount of time perfecting recipes for pasta sauce, home-made pizza and vegetarian soup. When not engaged in the previously mentioned pursuits, I think about which 14,000 foot mountain will be number 7.
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