Discussion in 'Alternative Techniques & Photo Gallery' started by terri, Apr 19, 2006.
Show us what ya got!
Already gearing up for it.... got a couple of ideas brewing. :mrgreen:
I'll bet you a hundred bucks that it rains here on that day.
So what? :mrgreen: Don't be a glass half empty! :sun:
but ... but... my camera will rust
:chatty: Wrap it up and put an umbrella over it!
easy for you to say, you dont shoot a tin can...
I do, but what's that got to do with photography?
Actually, it better not rain here... my camera is made from Cinnamon Toast Crunch and Honey Nut Cheerios boxes.
There's always indoor photography.
see terri us primitive guys have to stay dry.. unless it rains milk
It's coming up on Sunday!!!
Here's an awesome site
I'll be carrying my DSLR with DIY pinhole bodycap, and I'm setting up a Speed Graphic for pinhole. I'll shoot BW neg film and color polaroid with that.
The local photography group and arts center are having an almost free pinhole workshop (just pay for the paper) all afternoon. People can walk in and make or borrow pinhole cameras, go out and shoot, and then return to process and scan the results.
If it doesn't sell on ebay first, I'm going to shoot the argus ready flash 120 roll film. If I does, I have a duaflex coming which I'm going to convert anyway. I might have it ready in time.
If none of that comes about, I will have to take the back glass out of the brownie paint can cam. I don't want to cheat with glass in the lens.
I can't believe with all the cameras I have built, I don't have a single pure pinhole that accepts cutfilm backs. Most of mine have gone to f90 primative glass cameras now. Or they are just plain antique lens with regular glass and apertures.
If worse comes to worse, I have a old brownie flash I can convert. If I have to go roll film, I might shoot a roll of color negs with it.
And fish I have a chart from mr pinhole which I use for exposure. The information there is how to convert your meter reading to the higher fstop. I have an old polaroid that does ev readings. It was easier for me to convert the chart to ev. My chart has my apertures for all my primative and pinhole cameras in one chart. I love it.
Mr Pinhole is an excellent source of information... I highly recomment his exposure guides.
That sounds like a blast. :thumbup: I am going to be interested in seeing your Speed Graphic results, Matt.
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