The Golden Hour



There is something so magical about sunset on the ocean in the Summer. When we walked down to the beach to catch the sunset during our yurt camping adventure I had to stop and pinhole the filtered golden light through the trees.

I was very honored to be interviewed on the Copytrack blog yesterday! I may have overly geeked out about pinhole photography, which I am always happy to do when given the chance. You can find the interview here.

Camera: Reality So Subtle 6×6
Film: Ektar 100
Exposure Time: 1 minute 29 seconds

The Boat


I mentioned that during my super productive weekend I developed some film from over the summer and even scanned it! Usually it takes me weeks and weeks to get to the scanning so I’m really stoked with myself for finding the initiative to do this so quickly.

Here is one that I particularly liked. Taken up at Trillium Lake with my Zero and Ektar 100 film.

the boat




The last of my beach shots from earlier this summer. I just finished a roll of film in my Zero today and I ordered some more c-41 developer. I’m looking forward to more pinhole from this past summer!

Camera: Zero 2000
Film: Ektar 100
Exposure time: Less than 1 second