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Pinhole: River Ver on Flickr.There’s a dreamy stream meandering through dreamy fields in a dreamy ancient town on a spring day.
Zero Image 69, f235, Fuji 400

Pinhole: River Ver on Flickr.

There’s a dreamy stream meandering through dreamy fields in a dreamy ancient town on a spring day.

Zero Image 69, f235, Fuji 400

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Pinhole: Aston St. Mary’s Church on Flickr.f235, Fuji 400
Shot in the town of Aston, near Stevenage, England. Original portions of the church date to 1230. The tower was added in the 1500s. The churchyard contains numerous gravestones, many that are unreadable because they are so weathered.

Pinhole: Aston St. Mary’s Church on Flickr.

f235, Fuji 400
Shot in the town of Aston, near Stevenage, England. Original portions of the church date to 1230. The tower was added in the 1500s. The churchyard contains numerous gravestones, many that are unreadable because they are so weathered.

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Pinhole: The Evening Standard on Flickr.Facebook | Blog | Twitter
f235, Fuji 400
Leicester Square, London, June 2005
Leicester Square is where movies premiere in England. It’s where you see paparazzi flash and stars walking red carpets in true Hollywood style. There are even plaques with stars’ hand prints. There are four movie theaters around the square.
The night I shot this (it was about 9 p.m. and still very light…one reason I love England in the summer), the square was pretty crowded with cinema-goers, tourists, buskers and panhandlers.
The square was established in the mid-1600s when the 2nd Earl of Leicester built his home there. The surrounding area built up. The statue of William Shakespeare in the image was added in the 1800s.
I decided to include the newspaper, which I found on a bench, in the shot because I wanted to show how the small aperture creates a near-infinite depth of field. The only way to get this effect is either through a pinhole or to take multiple shots of the same scene that are then layered in post-production.

Pinhole: The Evening Standard on Flickr.

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f235, Fuji 400
Leicester Square, London, June 2005

Leicester Square is where movies premiere in England. It’s where you see paparazzi flash and stars walking red carpets in true Hollywood style. There are even plaques with stars’ hand prints. There are four movie theaters around the square.

The night I shot this (it was about 9 p.m. and still very light…one reason I love England in the summer), the square was pretty crowded with cinema-goers, tourists, buskers and panhandlers.

The square was established in the mid-1600s when the 2nd Earl of Leicester built his home there. The surrounding area built up. The statue of William Shakespeare in the image was added in the 1800s.

I decided to include the newspaper, which I found on a bench, in the shot because I wanted to show how the small aperture creates a near-infinite depth of field. The only way to get this effect is either through a pinhole or to take multiple shots of the same scene that are then layered in post-production.

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Pinhole: Greenwich Ghosts on Flickr.f235, Fuji 400
Inside the Royal Observatory in Greenwich, England.

Pinhole: Greenwich Ghosts on Flickr.

f235, Fuji 400
Inside the Royal Observatory in Greenwich, England.

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Pinhole: Blackpool Central Pier on Flickr.f235, Fuji 100, shot in June 2005 on Blackpool’s Central Pier in England. Central Pier was five football fields in length when it opened in 1868 (120 meters were later removed). It is made of cast iron and wood and hosts fairground rides, including this 100-foot-tall Ferris wheel, slot machines, cafes and a bar.

Pinhole: Blackpool Central Pier on Flickr.

f235, Fuji 100, shot in June 2005 on Blackpool’s Central Pier in England. Central Pier was five football fields in length when it opened in 1868 (120 meters were later removed). It is made of cast iron and wood and hosts fairground rides, including this 100-foot-tall Ferris wheel, slot machines, cafes and a bar.

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Pinhole: Typical on Flickr.f235, Fuji 100, cropped from square
North Yorkshire, June 2005

Pinhole: Typical on Flickr.

f235, Fuji 100, cropped from square
North Yorkshire, June 2005

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Pinhole: Shocking Idea on Flickr.f235, Fuji 400
Shot at the London Design Museum in June 2005. It was a sculpture consisting of what looked to be miles of wire connecting lit light bulbs floating in large beakers of water. I loved the abstract nature of the piece and rule breaking (water and electricity do not mix, right?). This is one of my favorite museums in London.

Pinhole: Shocking Idea on Flickr.

f235, Fuji 400
Shot at the London Design Museum in June 2005. It was a sculpture consisting of what looked to be miles of wire connecting lit light bulbs floating in large beakers of water. I loved the abstract nature of the piece and rule breaking (water and electricity do not mix, right?). This is one of my favorite museums in London.

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Pinhole: Cattle Car on Flickr.Via Flickr:
f235, Fuji 400

Pinhole: Cattle Car on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
f235, Fuji 400

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Pinhole: It Is Nowt But an Ass on Flickr.Via Flickr:
f235, Fuji 100
Shot in June 2005 on the road leading into Hawes, England.

Pinhole: It Is Nowt But an Ass on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
f235, Fuji 100
Shot in June 2005 on the road leading into Hawes, England.

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Pinhole: Tower Bridge on Flickr.f235, Fuji 400
Shot in June 2005

Pinhole: Tower Bridge on Flickr.

f235, Fuji 400
Shot in June 2005

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Pinhole: Norwich x Nashville Series, Outtakes on Flickr.Zero Image 69, F235, Fuji Reala 100
Two Photographers, One Film

Pinhole: Norwich x Nashville Series, Outtakes on Flickr.

Zero Image 69, F235, Fuji Reala 100
Two Photographers, One Film

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Pinhole: Norwich x Nashville Series, Six on Flickr.Zero Image 69, F235, Fuji Reala 100
The Old Penfold’s portrait of sunrise (or set) through trees; my landscape shot of the General Jackson passing LP Field in downtown Nashville…and then some film funkiness causing a light/dark split.
This is part of a series of double exposures shot in two different pinhole cameras in two different countries by two different photographers.
The Old Penfold is something of a pinhole deity and I feel quite honored to collaborate with him. He came up with this idea of doing pinhole swaps and created a group dedicated to the cause; check it out here: www.flickr.com/groups/pinhole-film-swap/
Here is where I wrote about the whole thing during my first film swap:www.squarepegpinhole.com/2012/01/pinhole-swapping-spit.html
And here are images from collaborations I’ve done with other photographers:www.flickr.com/photos/pollard71/tags/twophotographersonef...
Here’s how the process works. The first shots were taken in Norwich, a town in the East Anglia region of England near the coast. The film was rerolled and mailed to me in Nashville, Tennesse for the second shots, the doubles.
We’re trying to figure out which films work for these projects. With most films images are either over- or underexposed. It’s common for only one image to really be seen. But this film, the Fuji Reala 100, appears to be the right one. All of the images we shot were well exposed with both images visible in some way.
Both shots were taken with Zero Image 6x9 cameras loaded with Fuji Reala 100. Exposure details were not provided to The Old Penfold…much of the fun is not knowing what the first shots were so there’s no trying to match/contrast images. The results are sometimes quite surprising.

Pinhole: Norwich x Nashville Series, Six on Flickr.

Zero Image 69, F235, Fuji Reala 100

The Old Penfold’s portrait of sunrise (or set) through trees; my landscape shot of the General Jackson passing LP Field in downtown Nashville…and then some film funkiness causing a light/dark split.

This is part of a series of double exposures shot in two different pinhole cameras in two different countries by two different photographers.

The Old Penfold is something of a pinhole deity and I feel quite honored to collaborate with him. He came up with this idea of doing pinhole swaps and created a group dedicated to the cause; check it out here:
www.flickr.com/groups/pinhole-film-swap/

Here is where I wrote about the whole thing during my first film swap:
www.squarepegpinhole.com/2012/01/pinhole-swapping-spit.html

And here are images from collaborations I’ve done with other photographers:
www.flickr.com/photos/pollard71/tags/twophotographersonef...

Here’s how the process works. The first shots were taken in Norwich, a town in the East Anglia region of England near the coast. The film was rerolled and mailed to me in Nashville, Tennesse for the second shots, the doubles.

We’re trying to figure out which films work for these projects. With most films images are either over- or underexposed. It’s common for only one image to really be seen. But this film, the Fuji Reala 100, appears to be the right one. All of the images we shot were well exposed with both images visible in some way.

Both shots were taken with Zero Image 6x9 cameras loaded with Fuji Reala 100. Exposure details were not provided to The Old Penfold…much of the fun is not knowing what the first shots were so there’s no trying to match/contrast images. The results are sometimes quite surprising.

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Pinhole: Norwich x Nashville Series, Four (& Five) Diptych on Flickr.Zero Image 69, F235, Fuji Reala 100
Tick, tick, tick. Detail of The Old Penfold’s watch wrist; my shots were taken from the same bench, one facing the back slats (top) and the other facing the view of the Shelby Bottoms greenway. It seems appropriate that his watch has so many faces…multiple time zones, multiple images, multiple exposures…it can be difficult to keep track of the time.
This is part of a series of double exposures shot in two different pinhole cameras in two different countries by two different photographers.
The Old Penfold is something of a pinhole deity and I feel quite honored to collaborate with him. He came up with this idea of doing pinhole swaps and created a group dedicated to the cause; check it out here: www.flickr.com/groups/pinhole-film-swap/
Here is where I wrote about the whole thing during my first film swap:www.squarepegpinhole.com/2012/01/pinhole-swapping-spit.html
And here are images from collaborations I’ve done with other photographers:www.flickr.com/photos/pollard71/tags/twophotographersonef...
Here’s how the process works. The first shots were taken in Norwich, a town in the East Anglia region of England near the coast. The film was rerolled and mailed to me in Nashville, Tennesse for the second shots, the doubles.
We’re trying to figure out which films work for these projects. With most films images are either over- or underexposed. It’s common for only one image to really be seen. But this film, the Fuji Reala 100, appears to be the right one. All of the images we shot were well exposed with both images visible in some way.
Both shots were taken with Zero Image 6x9 cameras loaded with Fuji Reala 100. Exposure details were not provided to The Old Penfold…much of the fun is not knowing what the first shots were so there’s no trying to match/contrast images. The results are sometimes quite surprising.

Pinhole: Norwich x Nashville Series, Four (& Five) Diptych on Flickr.

Zero Image 69, F235, Fuji Reala 100

Tick, tick, tick. Detail of The Old Penfold’s watch wrist; my shots were taken from the same bench, one facing the back slats (top) and the other facing the view of the Shelby Bottoms greenway. It seems appropriate that his watch has so many faces…multiple time zones, multiple images, multiple exposures…it can be difficult to keep track of the time.

This is part of a series of double exposures shot in two different pinhole cameras in two different countries by two different photographers.

The Old Penfold is something of a pinhole deity and I feel quite honored to collaborate with him. He came up with this idea of doing pinhole swaps and created a group dedicated to the cause; check it out here:
www.flickr.com/groups/pinhole-film-swap/

Here is where I wrote about the whole thing during my first film swap:
www.squarepegpinhole.com/2012/01/pinhole-swapping-spit.html

And here are images from collaborations I’ve done with other photographers:
www.flickr.com/photos/pollard71/tags/twophotographersonef...

Here’s how the process works. The first shots were taken in Norwich, a town in the East Anglia region of England near the coast. The film was rerolled and mailed to me in Nashville, Tennesse for the second shots, the doubles.

We’re trying to figure out which films work for these projects. With most films images are either over- or underexposed. It’s common for only one image to really be seen. But this film, the Fuji Reala 100, appears to be the right one. All of the images we shot were well exposed with both images visible in some way.

Both shots were taken with Zero Image 6x9 cameras loaded with Fuji Reala 100. Exposure details were not provided to The Old Penfold…much of the fun is not knowing what the first shots were so there’s no trying to match/contrast images. The results are sometimes quite surprising.

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Pinhole: Norwich x Nashville Series, Three on Flickr.Zero Image 69, F235, Fuji Reala 100
The Old Penfold’s iron gate (I think) and houses and my shot of a bent cherry tree in Shelby Park.
This is part of a series of double exposures shot in two different pinhole cameras in two different countries by two different photographers.
The Old Penfold is something of a pinhole deity and I feel quite honored to collaborate with him. He came up with this idea of doing pinhole swaps and created a group dedicated to the cause; check it out here: www.flickr.com/groups/pinhole-film-swap/
Here is where I wrote about the whole thing during my first film swap: www.squarepegpinhole.com/2012/01/pinhole-swapping-spit.html
And here are images from collaborations I’ve done with other photographers:www.flickr.com/photos/pollard71/tags/twophotographersonef…
Here’s how the process works. The first shots were taken in Norwich, a town in the East Anglia region of England near the coast. The film was rerolled and mailed to me in Nashville, Tennesse for the second shots, the doubles.
We’re trying to figure out which films work for these projects. With most films images are either over- or underexposed. It’s common for only one image to really be seen. But this film, the Fuji Reala 100, appears to be the right one. All of the images we shot were well exposed with both images visible in some way.
Both shots were taken with Zero Image 6x9 cameras loaded with Fuji Reala 100. Exposure details were not provided to The Old Penfold…much of the fun is not knowing what the first shots were so there’s no trying to match/contrast images. The results are sometimes quite surprising.

Pinhole: Norwich x Nashville Series, Three on Flickr.

Zero Image 69, F235, Fuji Reala 100

The Old Penfold’s iron gate (I think) and houses and my shot of a bent cherry tree in Shelby Park.

This is part of a series of double exposures shot in two different pinhole cameras in two different countries by two different photographers.

The Old Penfold is something of a pinhole deity and I feel quite honored to collaborate with him. He came up with this idea of doing pinhole swaps and created a group dedicated to the cause; check it out here: www.flickr.com/groups/pinhole-film-swap/

Here is where I wrote about the whole thing during my first film swap: www.squarepegpinhole.com/2012/01/pinhole-swapping-spit.html
And here are images from collaborations I’ve done with other photographers:
www.flickr.com/photos/pollard71/tags/twophotographersonef…

Here’s how the process works. The first shots were taken in Norwich, a town in the East Anglia region of England near the coast. The film was rerolled and mailed to me in Nashville, Tennesse for the second shots, the doubles.

We’re trying to figure out which films work for these projects. With most films images are either over- or underexposed. It’s common for only one image to really be seen. But this film, the Fuji Reala 100, appears to be the right one. All of the images we shot were well exposed with both images visible in some way.

Both shots were taken with Zero Image 6x9 cameras loaded with Fuji Reala 100. Exposure details were not provided to The Old Penfold…much of the fun is not knowing what the first shots were so there’s no trying to match/contrast images. The results are sometimes quite surprising.

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Pinhole: Norwich x Nashville Series, Two on Flickr.Zero Image 69, F235, Fuji Reala 100
The Old Penfold’s Norwich forest and my shot of the Nashville skyline with the General Jackson paddle-wheeler trucking down the river (or is it up?).
This is part of a series of double exposures shot in two different pinhole cameras in two different countries by two different photographers.
The Old Penfold is something of a pinhole deity and I feel quite honored to collaborate with him. He came up with this idea of doing pinhole swaps and created a group dedicated to the cause; check it out here: www.flickr.com/groups/pinhole-film-swap/
Here are images from collaborations I’ve done with other photographers:www.flickr.com/photos/pollard71/tags/twophotographersonef…
Here’s how the process works. The first shots were taken in Norwich, a town in the East Anglia region of England near the coast. The film was rerolled and mailed to me in Nashville, Tennesse for the second shots, the doubles.
We’re trying to figure out which films work for these projects. With most films images are either over- or underexposed. It’s common for only one image to really be seen. But this film, the Fuji Reala 100, appears to be the right one. All of the images we shot were well exposed with both images visible in some way.
Both shots were taken with a Zero Image 6x9 loaded with Fuji Reala 100. Exposure details were not provided to The Old Penfold…much of the fun is not knowing what the first shots were so there’s no trying to match/contrast images. The results are sometimes quite surprising.

Pinhole: Norwich x Nashville Series, Two on Flickr.

Zero Image 69, F235, Fuji Reala 100

The Old Penfold’s Norwich forest and my shot of the Nashville skyline with the General Jackson paddle-wheeler trucking down the river (or is it up?).

This is part of a series of double exposures shot in two different pinhole cameras in two different countries by two different photographers.

The Old Penfold is something of a pinhole deity and I feel quite honored to collaborate with him. He came up with this idea of doing pinhole swaps and created a group dedicated to the cause; check it out here: www.flickr.com/groups/pinhole-film-swap/

Here are images from collaborations I’ve done with other photographers:
www.flickr.com/photos/pollard71/tags/twophotographersonef…

Here’s how the process works. The first shots were taken in Norwich, a town in the East Anglia region of England near the coast. The film was rerolled and mailed to me in Nashville, Tennesse for the second shots, the doubles.

We’re trying to figure out which films work for these projects. With most films images are either over- or underexposed. It’s common for only one image to really be seen. But this film, the Fuji Reala 100, appears to be the right one. All of the images we shot were well exposed with both images visible in some way.

Both shots were taken with a Zero Image 6x9 loaded with Fuji Reala 100. Exposure details were not provided to The Old Penfold…much of the fun is not knowing what the first shots were so there’s no trying to match/contrast images. The results are sometimes quite surprising.