A return to pinhole
It’s almost WWPD Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day and I’m testing and training for it. Every April is a time of awakening for my outdoor photography. I don’t want to shoot in the cold if I don’t have to, and often, I don’t 🙂
Here are the gems from a quick roll on Sunday, April 17th. With the exception of the middle of the road shot which was four seconds and no filter, the rest were 16 – 21 second exposures, Acros 100 at EI80, used a red filter. Speed Graphic with 6×8 roll back, .3mm pinhole at 60mm focal length processed in Rodinal 1:100 for 18 minutes.
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 home-made pizza and vegetarian soup. When not engaged in the aforementioned pursuits, I think about which mountain I will hike next.
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