Pinhole: Traffic Cone Circle on Flickr.
Pinhole: Intercoastal on Flickr.
Pinhole: Yosemite Polytych on Flickr.
Pinhole: Lunargraph on Flickr.
Next Best Thing Pinhole Project Update: Week One -
Last week I posted the project plan for “Next Best Thing,” which aims to create a collection of pinhole photographs focused on landscape and culture, shot by photographers from around the globe over the course of a year.
Key Points of the update:
Floxam and Jetsam on Flickr.
Pinhole film swap with CraftyMoni , who shot her exposures way out in Portland before sending them to me to reshoot in Nashville. We used Kodak Portra 160 and Holga WPC 120 cameras (6x12 pinhole, baby, is a beautiful thing).
Here are some other shots from the roll:
— Music Can Overpower Us — Woman in the woods — This is where the road goes.
Music Can Overpower Us on Flickr.
I did a pinhole film swap with my buddy CraftyMoni way out in Portland. She shot a roll of Kodak Portra 160 using her Holga WPC 120 camera (6x12 pinhole beauty wrapped in black plastic) and then sent the film to me in Nashville. I ran the film through my own Holga 6x12. The fun part is not knowing what the other person shot.
I will admit here…I’m supposed to send her a roll to shoot over and I haven’t done it yet. My apologies to her.
You should definitely check out her pinhole work (link above). She hasn’t been shooting pinholes for long but already has a great portfolio of work.
Since It’s Nashville on Flickr.
you might as well shoot the country clichés
Impossible Project Cyanograph
Muse on Flickr.
Created for the Flickr “Cover Me” group, dedicated to re-imaginings of horrible album art. The group then votes on the best entries for each challenge.
I’m not a designer, so I enjoy the challenge. This is my second entry.
This photo was shot using a Polaroid 250 using Fuji FP-3000b film. It is a tight crop of a bridge along the Natchez Trace Parkway
Bask on Flickr.
Impossible Project Cyanograph film
Fisheye on Flickr.
"Next Best Thing" Pinhole Project -
Seeking photographers from around the world for a year-long project.
Consequences of building big bridges