Today’s photoblog post revisits my One Pinhole A Day project. I brought my camera to work with me and pinholed the books piling up on the book truck as I weeded them.

You can follow more of this project on my photography website’s blog.


Geeky Bits:

Camera: Terrapin Bijou
Film: Kodak Ektachrome
Exposure time: 15 minutes

Sick Day self portrait


I am confusing myself. I have two “one such and such a day” projects going on two different blogs and I kind of forgot which photography project I was posting on this one. I think I will post something from my One Pinhole A Day project.

Here is a pinhole photo from the day after the election. I was actually sick that day, and not because of the results. I decided to pinhole myself taking a nap. while I was napping a friend texted me to cheer me up.

Geeky Bits
Camera: Zero 2000
Film: Portra 160
Exposure Time: 21 minutes 45 seconds
Date taken: November 9, 2016

One Pinhole A Day – Day 23


I am finally getting some results back from my Pinhole A Day project and thought I’d share here. This is day 23 – a visit to the grocery store a few days before Thanksgiving.

I plan to post most of these photos on my photography blog, so if you are interested in seeing more, follow me over there!

Geeky bits:
Camera: Zero 45 (25mm)
Film: Illford Delta 100
Stand developed for one hour in Adonal.

One Pinhole A Day


I’ve been having trouble motivating myself to do many of the things that I love to do lately, pinhole photography being one of those things. I’ve been missing it. So I decided I needed a project. I decided that a “One Pinhole Photo A Day” project would be just the thing to get me back in the saddle.

My plan is to use all of my cameras. To make things manageable I will shoot either 120 or 35mm during the week and 4×5 on the weekend (shooting one sheet for each weekend day). I’m hoping to even do some printing as well! Maybe this will jump start my motivation.

I will but posting the highlights of this project on Flickr and on my photography blog, so if you are interested in following along you can find the project there.

Wish me luck!