Somehow blogging has fallen off of my radar and I haven’t posted in a few weeks. It’s kind of crazy how time can get away from you. I have missed my blog, so this is an attempt to get back into the habit.
When I scanned some black and white 4×5 a few weeks ago I remembered that I’d shot a couple of sheets of large format pinhole at the Chehalis train station during the SCOPES meetup. Here is the one that I liked from the two.
Camera: Zero 45 (25mm configuration)
Exposure Time: ? Probably 5 seconds.
Film: Illford Delta 100
Stand developed for 1 hour in Adonal.
My next series of pinhole shots come from a meetup of the Seattle Camera Obscura Photography Enthusiasts Society in Chehalis at the train museum. I took a crazy amount of shots that day: three rolls of film! That is a lot for me. Here are a few from the roll of Acros 100. I used my Ondu MKii for these.
And here is a video of an amazingly talented woman singing Folsom Prison Blues in her backyard:
This is Caroline Hecht. She played at the Sandy Library a couple of years ago and she is amazing. I highly recommend her album, Swallowed by Swells.