a very neat old ‘relic’ on Route 66 just outside of Oklahoma City.
Photo made with uber wide homemade pinhole camera
Ilford FP4 black and white film
another day another pinhole….
This photo was made with a homemade 4 x 5 pinhole camera that is quite a bit shallower than the previous one.
This box is only 1.5 inches deep, and was sitting at the same exact spot as yesterday’s pinhole camera.
Yesterday’s box was 3 inches deep.
I like the wide open view of this box, and the wicked vignetting at the corners. To me, this is what I think of when I think of pinhole photos…how about you?
Today’s exposure was only 3 second long. Same film, same processing as yesterday.
today was a very nice-Venus in the daytime blue sky kind of day- so we opened up the observatory and looked at Mercury and Venus.
Mercury was a fine little crescent and was uber cool to look at. Venus was an orb, and not so interesting.
Pinhole photo of the observatory. Made with a 4 x5 pinhole camera, Ilford FP4 film, 6 second exposure.
Hand developed in Arista chems for 7 minutes…just in case you were wondering.
Thanksgiving week is upon us and it always seems to me that the rest of the year gets sucked into a black hole after Thanksgiving.
Before you know it Christmas will be here and then the year will end and we start anew….
I’m posting this photo just because I think it’s kinda cool, and hopefully it will make you smile and take some of the hectic out of your life, if just for a moment.
Holga photo with expired Kodak Portra