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    Quote Originally Posted by apo-symmar View Post
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    Bravo!
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    this is a close up pinhole of a Japanese cork sculpture done with a Zero Image @ 75mm in close Plus-X and Sepia toned Brovira...
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    Re: Post yer pinholes

    Quote Originally Posted by life_in_sepia View Post
    Bravo!
    +1 One of the best 'up into the treetop' photos I've seen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Jones View Post
    Captured on 8x8 Tri-X film lining the sides of a Pringles potato chip can with the pinhole centered in one end. Exposure was varied from about 10 to 200 seconds over the length of the film by sliding a sleeve over the can.
    I just started fooling around with a Pringles Can pinhole ... but I have a hole in each end of the can.

    An 8x10 sheet of film fits it very well. I don't use the sliding sleeve though because both ends are shooting. The light fall-off at the center keeps the two images from overlapping.

    It'll really twist your mind trying to figure out how each shot is going to turn out.

    I don't have one to scan but I'll work on it.

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    Re: Post yer pinholes

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    Engine with Stones, Tomales Point, Point Reyes


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    Austin, this is "post yer pinholes" thread...not "post your usual fantastic images" thread.
    No really, please give some tech details.
    https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/52893762/bigger4b.jpg

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    Macks Ck on Fomapan 50mmf185

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    Re: Post yer pinholes

    Quote Originally Posted by Randy View Post
    Austin, this is "post yer pinholes" thread...not "post your usual fantastic images" thread.
    No really, please give some tech details.
    Randy, This one goes back quite a bit, so I can't tell you too much about it, other than it was made with a 4x5 Leonardo camera (since sold) and probably Tri-X or HP5. I liked the way the engine was becoming as smooth and worn as the stones.

    I might be sharing some new pinhole stuff soon though. Over a couple of rainy days recently I decided to build a camera using stuff I found around the house. It ended up being a hexagonal, six-lensed beast made out of a old hatbox. The 4x5 film wraps around a central post (a Christmas ribbon spool). The result should be something like a 360 degree view projected onto one sheet of film, which will look... well, I have no idea what that will look like actually. But anyway, I'm still trying to figure out rough exposure times. Math is not my strong suit.

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    Re: Post yer pinholes

    Austin's (excellent) photo of the engine on the sand reminded me of this pinhole I took of a muffler in some clover. Same basic tech data as the first tree image I posted but a much shorter exposure.


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    I finally got out on Monday to take a couple of images. It has been too long!

    8x10 Pinhole Camera
    120 mm
    400 microns

    X-Ray film - 80 ISO
    5 minutes 30 seconds
    D76 full strength
    6 minutes @ 68 degrees F.


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    WOW! ... gorgeous!

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