Worldwide Pinhole Day Balls of Steel

Worldwide Pinhole Day Balls of Steel

Here is my last shot from Worldwide Pinhole day. This time I really got some “Lens flare”, if you can call a little hole a lens. As you can see the sun shone at an angle to the camera and there is some internal reflections going on. Gave a strange effect I wasn’t expecting.

Worldwide Pinhole Day:Ypsilon Bridge

Worldwide Pinhole Day:Ypsilon Bridge

WWPHD was a wonderful sunny one. I was down to 6-7 second exposure for this shot. I must learn to tilt the camera up a bit as I cut the top of the bridge and have a little to much foreground. But it’s pinhole so you live and learn to put up with small framing mistakes.

Film: Kodak T-Max 120 roll film 100 ASA
Dev: Adox Adonal 1:100 stand developed for 60mins at 20˙C Inversions for the first minute and 3 at the half way point.
Scan: Epson V700 using Silverfast SW and a Betterscanning .com Holder with anti-newton glass

Worldwide Pinhole Day

Worldwide Pinhole Day

Union Brygge Drammen.
Taken with my Vermeer 6X17 curved plane pinhole camera. Exposure was 30sec at f/300.
Film Kodak T-Max 100ASA
Stand developed for 60 mins in Adox adonal 1:100 at 20˚C.Inversions for the first minute and 3 at 30mins.
Scanned on an Epson V700

Walking The River

Walking The River by Davidap2009
Walking The River, a photo by Davidap2009 on Flickr.

I helps to remember your SD cards when going for a walk. This time I did just that.
This is a hip shot . I left the crazy angle in.I think it lends a little to the dynamic of the shot. I tried to straighten the image it just looked too ordinary.