I mentioned a few posts ago that one of the traditions that we have for our meetups on Pinholeday is to swap a roll of film with one of our friends for a film swap. This year I chose Jeff’s roll. I made my exposures, unwittingly, at the Chinese Garden when I was on a pinhole adventure with my friend Donna. I love how they came out though!
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I’m always up for a film swap. Let me know if you are interested!
Two years ago when I visited Amsterdam to meet up with my Pinhole Obscura buddies on Pinholeday, we had a plan to bring along a roll of film to swap. Inge got the roll I brought. This past Pinholeday weekend, in Barcelona, she decided to re-shoot the roll! Here are the wonderful results!
You can see more Inge vs Moni film swaps on my Flickr.
This past Sunday was Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day! I met up with several friends from around the world in Portland. We had a fantastic time together. This is becoming an annual thing, these meetups. Last year we met in Amsterdam, this year in PDX, next year we will meet in Barcelona. I am already looking forward to next year’s adventure!
I am still waiting on film to come back from the lab from the day so I haven’t made my final decision, but I am, so far, leaning toward this one being my official submission to the Pinholeday.org website. I made several accidental double exposures that day due to beer, and just general excitement. I kind of feel like this photo sums up the day. I will post the rest of my results in another post. You can see the group gallery for our #GitTogether here.
Camera: Zero 2000
Film: Fuji Acros 100
Exposure time: 5 seconds
Development: Stand developed for 1 hour in Adonal.
Day four of our trip was Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day. Inge and Alex organized a really great day! We started out at Dam Square and meandered our way around the city, eventually ending up in the most wonderful place: A jenever bar called In de Olofspoort. If I hadn’t known Inge I would have never known to try this wonderfully delicious drink! I ended up buying a bottle of Chocolate Mint to take home. After our drinks we wandered through Dam Square to shoot some pinholes of the carnival rides.
Here are the photos I took. All pinhole photos shot with my Zero 2000 and Ektar 100 film. Click the thumbnails for details!
Rafael and Alex both have great blog posts about the day. You should check them out!