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    Re: Today (April 26, 2020) is Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day

    8x10 on the back roads of Hollister... toothy grin included... guess I was glad to be out of the house...

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    Re: Today (April 26, 2020) is Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day

    Quote Originally Posted by dasBlute View Post
    8x10 on the back roads of Hollister... toothy grin included... guess I was glad to be out of the house...

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    Most impressive.

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    Re: Today (April 26, 2020) is Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day

    Quote Originally Posted by Shailendra View Post
    Most impressive.
    well, I dunno about all that, but it is a nice spot, "Quien Sabe" as they say

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    Re: Today (April 26, 2020) is Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day

    Processed my first 3 negatives today, only had time to do a quick scan of one. Probably not my best image, but still exciting because it was the first color processing I’ve ever done. Harman Titan 8x10, Portra 160NC, Cinestill C41, Stearman Press SP-8x10.

    Still have E6 and B&W to process.

    Roger
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    Re: Today (April 26, 2020) is Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day

    My entry for this year's Pinhole Day:


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    Re: Today (April 26, 2020) is Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day

    My contribution to WWPD 2020, made with the camera described here: https://www.largeformatphotography.i...building/page5
    Film was Kodak Dental Panorama X-ray film (exp. 2009) which I rate at ISO 100, developed in D-76 1+1 for 8min. Exposure was 8min20sec under window light from overcast sky. I like this film very much and find it very forgiving. It's double sided.
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    Re: April 26, 2020 is Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day

    Since the day is past and this has turned into a picture-sharing thread (yay! ) I'm moving it from Announcements into Image Sharing where it can continue to receive the attention it deserves without getting in the way of new announcements.

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    Re: Today (April 26, 2020) is Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day

    Quote Originally Posted by Scyg View Post
    My entry for this year's Pinhole Day:
    I like your “treecam” shots!

    As much as I like my Titan pinhole camera I really need to build an 8x10 pinhole camera with either offset pinholes or some kind of rise.

    Roger

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    Re: April 26, 2020 is Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day

    Roger,

    Thanks! Glad you like them. I originally got the idea of such a sharp rise when I was going to photograph downtown Chicago with a 6x24 "medium" format camera, but that's still in pieces. Meanwhile I started looking up more and noticed the trees in my neighborhood. There's not much exceptional about them as such, but trees in general are pretty spectacular when you really give them some attention. I generally like pinhole photography because of the things I can do that I wouldn't be able to otherwise. Maybe in this case that's not as apparent as with curved film planes, anamorphics, etc., but I don't think I could afford a lens that gives me this kind of coverage, even if one exists - that's an equivalent of a 6" lens with at least a 480mm image circle.

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    Re: April 26, 2020 is Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day

    My submission, should be live later on today or tomorrow.

    Roger

    http://www.pinholeday.org/gallery/2020/?id=1362
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