Along with my Zero 45, I brought my Terrapin Bijou with me on that pinhole adventure in Olympia with my fellow PNW pinhole enthusiasts. I had my Bijou loaded with Velvia from a previous pinhole adventure at a graveyard.
I caught this group just as a tour of the capitol building was underway. I love it when I can capture crowds in my pinhole photography. It’s hard to know what they will do in the seconds or even minutes that you are making an exposure which makes it fun to look a the final image when it comes back from the lab.
Camera: Terrapin Bijou
Focal Length: 35mm
Film: Velvia 50
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.
Camera: Zero 45 (25mm configuration)
Film: Delta Pro 100
Exposure time: 20 minutes