A little 6x6 pinhole action

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  1. limr

    limr Moderator Staff Member Supporting Member

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    These turned out great! The last two in particular are beautiful, and I love the sun rays here.

    Looks like you had a productive outing with this camera. :icon_cheers:
     
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    I like the second one. Nice dark to light transition. Those are some long shadows, with the one starting over the Kodak looking like the photographer.
     
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    Very nice pinhole shots. #2 for me...
     
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    Those are very majestic
     
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    Nicely done! What were the exposure times on those?
     
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    Pure classics.
     
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    Thanks! "Outing" was more like "Year-long experience" :biglaugh: I had the film in that camera for a long time. Numbers 1 and 3 for example? Were taken in June of last year! The camera is definitely a keeper.

    Thanks! The backing paper marks were a bit of a surprise, and were more visible on other frames, but I'm sure there's a fix for it. Just have to fashion a cover for the red window, methinks. But yes, the shadows that this thing can capture are pretty great!

    Thank you, thank you, thank you :)

    Thanks! If I remember correctly (and, as mentioned above, it's been a while :eek-73: ) each one was about 2-3 seconds, with #2 being probably a bit more like 3-4 seconds.)
     
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    Bravo.

    Joe
     
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    Those did turn out very nice! :headbang: I had no time to really look at them while scanning your film.

    Thanks again for sending me your film for process and scan.
     
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    These are great! Like the bike one for the way the shooting angle shows off that charicteristic pinhole perspective and the two into the sun shots, especially #5.
     
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    What a nice set! I like the perspective. They look somewhat less pinhole-like I guess due to the size of the film (this takes 120 doesn't it?), in a good way. I mean, I think I like this better than with 35mm where my results tend to just look soft and not much different than using 110 film or some midcentury bakelite camera. I like the bigger expanse you got with these. What speed film did you use? 100/125?

    I like the tree and sunset, with some flare. And the one of the pattern of the front of the convention center and steps/sidewalk, and those kooky looking sculptures in front.
     
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