In June I met up with several PNW pinhole photographers in Olympia WA. We descended on the state capital with our lensless cameras and lots of fun was had by all. I felt like giving my Zero 45 some love, so I brought a few sheets of Ilford Delta 100. This was the first time using this film. I like it much better than Arista.edu 100. I kind of wish I didn’t because, damn. That Arista has got a nice price.

For this shot I laid them camera on the ground, hole up, and opened the shutter for 20 minutes. The ceiling of this building is beautiful.

Geeky bits:
Camera: Zero 45 (25mm configuration)
Film: Delta Pro 100
Exposure time: 20 minutes

11 thoughts on “Olympia

  1. That is wonderful! Someone I met from a local pinhole club gave me a nice brass pinhole he made after seeing the rather rough one I made out of a beer can. Your photos have made me want to put it to use.

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