A Light Proof Box / Pinhole Photography (Part 13) Color film has always been a zone that has kept me in limbo and that is because I know that I will have to leave it up to a lab to process the film. Working with black and white film has gotten me spoiled, enabling me to process at home and at anytime. I wanted to start this journal entry off by introducing my beginnings of testing out color film with […]
Unfortunately I was not able to post any work for World Wide Pinhole Day yesterday, something urgent had come up and when I reached home it was late for me to start scanning. I will have results soon. Here is a snippet of what I had done yesterday morning:
Happy World Wide Pinhole Day to all you pinhole lovers! The weather forecast said there would be rain all weekend so I got myself started early this morning with some pinhole self-portraits. Might still have a go outdoors if the weather decides to hold up!
In one week it will be World Wide Pinhole Day. I would love to meet pinholers from Montreal for a photo walk to celebrate this wonderful and magical form of photography this Sunday April 28th, 2019. Whether your pinhole camera is digital or analog it does not matter, this photo walk is for everyone who wants to participate! I though it would be interesting to meet and greet at a coffee shop before heading out into the streets […]
April 28th is World Wide Pinhole Day! Are there any pinholers in Montreal who would like to get together and photo walk? Get in touch with me at : firstname.lastname@example.org
The best way to get ahead in learning something new is to learn from people who know how to do it. I am not saying I am an expert, but I enjoy sharing what I know with others. ————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————SOME HELPFUL TIPS FOR BEGINNERS (paper negatives) . 1. THE PHOTOGRAPHIC PAPER CAME OUT COMPLETELY WHITE • the paper was inserted the wrong way, (make sure that the shiny side of the paper faces up) • the pinhole may have […]
A Light Proof Box / Pinhole Photography (Part 10) On my previous journal entry, I mentioned the option of using your dslr as a pinhole camera. I thought I would do a little testing for those who may be thinking of trying it out. I bought the pinhole from eBay a while back. I do not recall exactly how much I payed for it, but if I remember correctly it cost me just under 40$ which included shipping. My […]
A Light Proof Box / Pinhole Photography (Part 9) I realized in all of my previous posts I spoke only of 4×5 film or darkroom paper as mediums to record pinhole images, in this post I wanted to present other options. I am a fan of bigger is better but 4×5 film is expensive when it comes to purchasing and processing and this can be discouraging to anyone who may want to get started with 4×5 film. Darkroom paper […]