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    It depends on the camera, but most pinholes have...

    It depends on the camera, but most pinholes have good enough resolution close enough that it's never a problem. Here's an image of a tomato slice (backlit) taken 25mm from the camera:

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    Yep, I've been using this app too - it's well...

    Yep, I've been using this app too - it's well done.
  3. Thread: Pinhole Lens

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    Yes, I forgot that the Wanderlust is only for...

    Yes, I forgot that the Wanderlust is only for micro-4/3 since that's the digital mount I use and I didn't bother to look at other options.
  4. Thread: Glue?

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    I tend to use black caulk around seams like wood...

    I tend to use black caulk around seams like wood joints to keep them light-tight. Plus the flat black painting as noted.

    I would not use Gorilla glue because it expands by design and can push...
  5. Thread: Pinhole Lens

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    Looks nice - what are you using for the pinhole...

    Looks nice - what are you using for the pinhole itself? Similar to the offerings from Skink or Wanderlust. Although the Wanderlust is plastic instead of metal.
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    It's an odd choice - I like the color/tone of #1,...

    It's an odd choice - I like the color/tone of #1, but #2 has much more information available. I'd probably take #2 back into Lightroom/whatever and play with the tinting and levels a bit.

    I've...
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    The small pool of water on the stone reflecting...

    The small pool of water on the stone reflecting the trees and blending them nicely into the lichen on the rock really makes the first shot special.
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    It's very natural to enjoy positive feedback on...

    It's very natural to enjoy positive feedback on one's work. I think it's a very good trait to be able to accept constructive criticism in a positive manner and use it as a learning opportunity, but...
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    Those look very nice. Do the 35mm ones have a...

    Those look very nice. Do the 35mm ones have a "clicker" for counting notches when advancing the film? Do the 120 film ones have view holes for the film frame marker numbers?
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    I like that third one a lot. Very peaceful and...

    I like that third one a lot. Very peaceful and serene, reminds me of that Shinto shrine in the water. I've been thinking lately of all of the great pics I see here on f295 that I would dig having a...
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    I quite like this one. I enjoy the play on scale...

    I quite like this one. I enjoy the play on scale and perspective.
  12. Thread: Colorado, USA

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    It just occurred to me that I should post that I...

    It just occurred to me that I should post that I moved back to Colorado about a year ago after a few years in Atlanta. I'm between Denver and Boulder.
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    As Edoardo mentioned, MrPinhole's site is good...

    As Edoardo mentioned, MrPinhole's site is good and it includes a calculator for optimal pinhole size: http://www.mrpinhole.com/calcpinh.php

    The calculator is designed to find the size that creates...
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    The trick will be figuring out how to have the...

    The trick will be figuring out how to have the light level high enough that people can see something of the image once their eyes adjust to the darkness, but low enough to do the very long exposure...
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    I'm also digging the work you've done along these...

    I'm also digging the work you've done along these lines.

    I also like the lensed version, partially because of the different field of view and partially because of the depth of field.
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    Perhaps this design from Ross Orr (the one that...

    Perhaps this design from Ross Orr (the one that got me started on the pinhole path) will be helpful in thinking about how to lay out a curved plane camera -...
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    Had I not been occupied over the last 1.5yr with...

    Had I not been occupied over the last 1.5yr with a baby girl, moving, new job, etc I had begun work on a process that could provide a constant f-stop across the image (although that wasn't the...
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    He means the cross-section of a pinhole is only a...

    He means the cross-section of a pinhole is only a full circle from straight on. When light comes from an angle, especially for very wide angle cameras, the pinhole cross-section is an oval with an...
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    Thanks for the kind words. It was one of those...

    Thanks for the kind words. It was one of those rolls where the items you thought would turn out interesting didn't and other items turned out better than expected.

    While it's not an exciting...
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    Reaching branches

    It's been a while since I've posted something. Between the move back to Colorado and my little girl, I haven't been making many pinhole images. I ran a couple of rolls through my 6x4.5 25mm camera...
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    A New Ceramic Camera

    This is great - a functional piece of steampunk art. I really like it.
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    Troubleshooting feedback please

    I use a digital camera (both P&S and SLR-style) for metering on a regular basis. I'm also playing with an iPhone app for that now too.

    I also have an Epson V500 scanner and use the...
  23. Thread: Claudette

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    Claudette

    Anyone great portrait. What film did you use for this one?
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    Panoramic Nantes

    I'm a fan of panoramas and these are excellent. The first two are my two favorites - two very different views of a city.
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    Digital image exposure adjustment

    I use Adobe Lightroom for most of my photo work and it allows you to adjust exposures by stops, which would let you do it quantitatively. I"m not sure which other tools might have a similar function.
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