Image

Daydream

I fell asleep beneath the flowers
For a couple of hours
On a beautiful day

I have to admit that I have lost a lot of motivation for a lot of things that I usually enjoy, blogging being one of those things, sadly. I am not sure what this is all about (depression? The weather?) but I guess instead of fighting it I will just go with it. I does fill me with a little bit of sadness though.

The two things that seem to be a constant are pinhole photography and running. I started training for another half-marathon and I’m really stoked about it. And I just got a new pinhole camera and I’m having a lot of fun with it. AND I have some good news in that department. My co-workers have asked me to display my pinhole photography at the library on our local artists wall! I was so honored that they asked. So I’m curating a few pinhole photos that I have taken at the library to hang for the couple of months on the art wall. Exciting stuff!

 

Here is a pinhole photo I took a couple of months ago on a nice day on a walk home from something, work probably. I got really focused on pinholing the pretty flowers I saw walking along. And then this Lupe Fiasco song popped into my head as I was shooting this. It’s on my running playlist and pops up often. This is the first time I’ve seen the video for this song. I like it!

Image

An afternoon walk

Here are the last few shots from that first round of c-41 developing I did last month. I took these while on a little walk on the trail near my house. I used my Zero 45 with a 120 roll back and the film I used was Ektar 100.

Incidentally, The photo of the river (above) was a longer exposure and I was nervous about encountering a mountain lion since that is where the previous sightings had been. You can read about that story hereΒ and here.

an afternoon walk

Image

Pinhole at the Salmon River

Here are the rest of the photos from my hike up at the Salmon River with the Zero 45. I’m still super happy that my foray into C-41 turned out well! I’m going to develop my Pinholeday shots at home this weekend (all C-41) and I have to admit, I’m a bit nervous about it. Please send good film photo developing vibes my way! πŸ™‚

Log jam

a strange moss covered rock

Image

The first bridge

In my last photography post I showed you my Holga results from my foray into c-41 developing at home. Here is one from the roll of pinhole from that batch. 

Speaking of pinhole, happy pinholeday weekend! Sunday is the official day but since I have been traveling to meet up with my pinhole photography friends over the years it’s become a weekend celebration. I’ve brought my zero 2000 with me to the Bay Area and on Sunday will meet up with the gang in SF. I will post a recap of the day, so stay tuned.

Camera: Zero 45 (25mm, 120 roll back)

Film: Ektar 100

Cinestill C-41 kit

Image

Shopping

I am reaching a stage in my One Pinhole A Day project where I will need to do some scanning to add to the photos! Dear me. Scanning isn’t my favorite thing. I will try to get to that this weekend, though.

Here is one from December 12. I was shopping in the grocery store in the Christmas aisle. I thought the flashy stuff would make and interesting photo, but kind of forgot I had Lomochrome Purple in my camera.


Geeky Bits

One Pinhole A Day

Day 44
Camera: Holga WPC
Film: Lomochrome Purple
Exposure time: 1 minute 26 seconds
Date: Dec 12, 2016