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.

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One Pinhole A Day

Day 44
Camera: Holga WPC
Film: Lomochrome Purple
Exposure time: 1 minute 26 seconds
Date: Dec 12, 2016

You lead the way, I’ll follow


you lead the way, I'll follow.

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?

The creek at the park


Meinig Park

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