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Krappy Self Portrait Pinhole on Flickr.Soho Photo Gallery, New York
Zero Image 69, Kodak Portra 160

Krappy Self Portrait Pinhole on Flickr.

Soho Photo Gallery, New York
Zero Image 69, Kodak Portra 160

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Fallout Frigidaire on Flickr.Zero Image pinhole, Kodak Portra 400, ~8 seconds

Fallout Frigidaire on Flickr.

Zero Image pinhole, Kodak Portra 400, ~8 seconds

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B Is For Cycle on Flickr.Brooklyn, New York
Zero Image pinhole, Kodak Portra 400, ~5 seconds

B Is For Cycle on Flickr.

Brooklyn, New York
Zero Image pinhole, Kodak Portra 400, ~5 seconds

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We All Get There Eventually on Flickr.New York Subway Station (forget which one)
Zero Image pinhole, Kodak Portra 160, many minutes, converted to B&W in photoshop

We All Get There Eventually on Flickr.

New York Subway Station (forget which one)
Zero Image pinhole, Kodak Portra 160, many minutes, converted to B&W in photoshop

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Where We Walk on Flickr.Brooklyn, New York
Zero Image 69, Kodak Portra 400, about 6 seconds, cropped square
Image used to recreate an album cover for Crowded House’s “Platinum,” located here.

Where We Walk on Flickr.

Brooklyn, New York
Zero Image 69, Kodak Portra 400, about 6 seconds, cropped square
Image used to recreate an album cover for Crowded House’s “Platinum,” located here.

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Little Pink Houses on Flickr.Brooklyn, New York
Zero Image 69, Kodak Portra 400, about 4 seconds

Little Pink Houses on Flickr.

Brooklyn, New York
Zero Image 69, Kodak Portra 400, about 4 seconds

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Myrtle/Wyckoff Ave (L/M) Station on Flickr.Bushwick, Brooklyn, New York
Zero Image 69, Kodak Portra 400, ~2 minutes
Converted to BW in Photoshop with blue filter preset

Myrtle/Wyckoff Ave (L/M) Station on Flickr.

Bushwick, Brooklyn, New York
Zero Image 69, Kodak Portra 400, ~2 minutes
Converted to BW in Photoshop with blue filter preset

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St. Nicholas Scott Troutman on Flickr.Brooklyn, NY
Zero Image 69
Kodak Portra 400
The man clearing the snow didn’t show up in the image, but graffiti boy did.

St. Nicholas Scott Troutman on Flickr.

Brooklyn, NY
Zero Image 69
Kodak Portra 400
The man clearing the snow didn’t show up in the image, but graffiti boy did.

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David on Flickr.Still life pinhole on Kodak Portra 160.

David on Flickr.

Still life pinhole on Kodak Portra 160.

Tags: pinhole
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Vanderbilt Alumni Lawn on Flickr.Episode 2 of the Pinhole Podcast is live
We discuss Paper, Film and Digital formats for pinhole photography (they all their pros and cons). Have a listen:www.pdexposures.com/category/pinhole-podcast/
Tin can pinhole on Ilford paper. I don’t remember the exposure details or f-number. Inverted in PhotoShop.

Vanderbilt Alumni Lawn on Flickr.

Episode 2 of the Pinhole Podcast is live
We discuss Paper, Film and Digital formats for pinhole photography (they all their pros and cons). Have a listen:
www.pdexposures.com/category/pinhole-podcast/

Tin can pinhole on Ilford paper. I don’t remember the exposure details or f-number. Inverted in PhotoShop.

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An Experiment on Flickr.Nashville, Tenn.
Ammo Can, f300, Impossible Project PX-600 angled at 45 degrees
These were part of a pinhole experiment I tried about a year ago, prepping for my Instant Year project, which is currently on hold, sadly. Both were shot at the same time using a large surplus ammunition can I turned into a pinhole camera. The film planes inside were angled 45 degrees facing inward (hope that makes sense). Results were too unpredictable, and at $6 each attempt, unsustainable (my original intent was to create a camera that shot four images at a time, but…ummm….no). This image mellowed with age and looks much better now. Maybe that has to do with walking away from it for a bit — editorial distance — but really I think it’s because that’s the nature of Impossible Project film…results change over time. It’s one of the reasons why I love the film so much.

An Experiment on Flickr.

Nashville, Tenn.
Ammo Can, f300, Impossible Project PX-600 angled at 45 degrees

These were part of a pinhole experiment I tried about a year ago, prepping for my Instant Year project, which is currently on hold, sadly. Both were shot at the same time using a large surplus ammunition can I turned into a pinhole camera. The film planes inside were angled 45 degrees facing inward (hope that makes sense). Results were too unpredictable, and at $6 each attempt, unsustainable (my original intent was to create a camera that shot four images at a time, but…ummm….no). This image mellowed with age and looks much better now. Maybe that has to do with walking away from it for a bit — editorial distance — but really I think it’s because that’s the nature of Impossible Project film…results change over time. It’s one of the reasons why I love the film so much.

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How To Cuddle Elephants on Flickr.Nashville, Tenn.
Holga 120WPC, f/135, Kodak TMax 100, about 30 seconds

How To Cuddle Elephants on Flickr.

Nashville, Tenn.
Holga 120WPC, f/135, Kodak TMax 100, about 30 seconds

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The Open Road on Flickr.Edwin Warner Park
Nashville, Tenn.
Holga 120WPC, f/135, Kodak TMax 100, about 30 seconds

The Open Road on Flickr.

Edwin Warner Park
Nashville, Tenn.
Holga 120WPC, f/135, Kodak TMax 100, about 30 seconds

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Skipping Stones on Flickr.Edwin Warner Park
Nashville, Tenn.
Holga 120WPC, f/135, Kodak TMax 100, about 45 seconds, straight scan

Skipping Stones on Flickr.

Edwin Warner Park
Nashville, Tenn.
Holga 120WPC, f/135, Kodak TMax 100, about 45 seconds, straight scan

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Ride on Flickr.Baja Burrito’s Bug, Nashville, Tenn.
Holga 120WPC, f/135, Ilford Pan F+, 15 seconds

Ride on Flickr.

Baja Burrito’s Bug, Nashville, Tenn.
Holga 120WPC, f/135, Ilford Pan F+, 15 seconds