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Mt Hood Or Mars

I inadvertently took a couple week hiatus from my blog! The holidays kind of got all up in my business. But I remembered that tomorrow is New Years Eve and realized that I usually post something retrospective on NYE. And why not also post a photography post on the eve of NYE. So here you go.

This is another from my Mt Hood Or Mars series, taken with my zero image pinhole camera up on Mt Hood using Lomochrome Turquoise film.

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Geeky Bits

Camera: Zero 2000
Film: Lomochrome Turquoise
Exposure time: 5 seconds
Developed at Blue Moon Camera and Machine.

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Mt Hood Or Mars?

A few months ago I happened to be in Blue Moon Camera and Machine and decided to pick up some Lomochrome Turquoise. I wanted to save it for something special. When my husband and I decided to hit one of our favorite hiking trails on Mt Hood on a beautiful autumn day, I knew that was that day for the Lomochrome. So I loaded it up in my Zero 2000.

The results are crazy weird. I will post more of them over the month.

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Geeky Bits

Camera: Zero 2000
Film: Lomochrome Turquoise
ISO: 100
Exposure time: 5 seconds
developed by Blue Moon

Pinholeday Film Swap with Jeff

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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Meditation 2

Tea is a way

Inside the tea house

Red and blue sky

I’m always up for a film swap. Let me know if you are interested!

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bloody walls

Today’s photo blog post is the result of a fun adventure from the end of last year. My husband and I stumbled upon a park we hadn’t seen before. As we walked around we found an abandoned school yard. We peeked through windows and this was the scene we witnessed through one of them! I happened to have my pinhole camera with me so of course I pinholed that. Since this was taken over Thanksgiving weekend I presumed it was the result of a haunted house. That’s what I’m telling myself anyway…

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Geeky Bits:
Camera: Zero Image 2000
Film: Ektar 100
Exposure Time: ? Probably 30 seconds.

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WorkSelfie

In May I am participating, with friends and fellow PNW pinhole photographers, in a show of our photography. This will take place in Seattle (more details soon). The show’s theme is “slowing the selfie.” So, as you can see, and as you can probably tell, I have selfies on my mind lately! I’ve been working really hard deciding on what I want to submit. This is my first real show. The process has been fun and interesting, and a little scary as well. 🙂

Here is a pinhole self portrait I took a few weeks ago. It’s always fun to see how these photos turn out when I scan them weeks later. For this photo, I like the way the iPhone headphone cord turned out.

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Geeky Bits

Camera: Zero 2000
Film: Portra 160
Exposure time: 20 minutes