I am reaching a stage in my One Pinhole A Day project where I will need to do some scanning to add to the photos! Dear me. Scanning isn’t my favorite thing. I will try to get to that this weekend, though.
Here is one from December 12. I was shopping in the grocery store in the Christmas aisle. I thought the flashy stuff would make and interesting photo, but kind of forgot I had Lomochrome Purple in my camera.
One Pinhole A Day
Camera: Holga WPC
Film: Lomochrome Purple
Exposure time: 1 minute 26 seconds
Date: Dec 12, 2016
My next Holga image is another pinhole shot from my Holga WPC. It was made at one of my favorite places, Wildwood park, up on Mt Hood. I got the title from a little game I was doing a couple of years ago. I got tired of titling my photos by stating the obvious so decided to title them by using the first line of the song I was listening to at the moment. In this case, I think it worked very well. In other cases, not quite as well (though, still, maybe more interesting than stating the obvious). This went on for a couple of months then it was back to business as usual.
How do you come up with good titles for your photos?
Camera: Holga WPC (6×9 mask)
Film: Kodak Ektar 100
Exposure time: ?. Maybe 30 seconds?
Today’s featured Holga image is a pinhole image! I comes from my Holga Wide Pinhole camera. This is the park near my house. I have used this camera only a handful of times and looking at this photo is reminding me to dust it off and use it again. It’s a great camera!
Also, this is probably the second time in my life I used TMax film – maybe the first time I used Tmax 100. I really like this film. Really nice, fine grain. I need to use that again, too.
Camera: Holga 120 WPC (6×9 mask)
Film: Kodak TMax 100
Exposure time: 1 minute
Develop: Kodak D-76
Fresh blog post up at 52 rolls about my adventures with the Holga WPC this past weekend.