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    Thanks for the input,Joe. I can get a link to...

    Thanks for the input,Joe. I can get a link to the pictures on the thread but can't display them directly. That's ok. Terry
  2. Thread: Hamm Creek

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    Hamm Creek

    A small creek about a mile upstream of flowing into the historic Brazos River in north central Texas. Made with a Canon 60D fitted with a Skink 42mm 2 ring zone sieve.
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    B-code function

    Can someone help me locate the "B-code function" that is used to upload pictures. I'm from the precomputed generation and can't figure it out. thanks, Terry
  4. You can google "whiz kid zone plate designer" for...

    You can google "whiz kid zone plate designer" for a site that includes math for zone plates and megapinhole (pin sieve). Terry
  5. Thread: Shadowfly

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    Shadowfly

    Having been away from lensless photography for some time I had forgotten that often (for me anyway) some of the most striking elements of a photo are not even noticed when setting up the shot. I was...
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    Thanks Joe. These were made with the Bender...

    Thanks Joe. These were made with the Bender wooden camera. The lens board could be positioned for either 33mm or 87mm focal lengths but with the shorter FL a lot of the view was lost due to the...
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    Thanks for the comment Barry. I've always felt...

    Thanks for the comment Barry. I've always felt that part of the state has the most photographic potential.
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    Texas Hill Country

    Two more scenes around Kerrville from my "lost" box of Tmax 4x5 negatives. I noticed that the 100 sheet Tri-x box they were stored in had cost me $20.85. I must be getting old?? Terry
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    blindpig, I stand corrected. Checking the notch...

    blindpig, I stand corrected. Checking the notch code the film is Tmax professional not tri-x. Neither wooden camera had conventional shutters but one did have a wood plate that could be swung over...
  10. Thread: Lightstream

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    You can see it...

    You can see it here.https://www.flickr.com/photos/748935...ol-zoneplates/
  11. Thread: Lightstream

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    You can see it...

    You can see it here.https://www.flickr.com/photos/74893565@N05/23526940921/in/pool-zoneplates/
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    The path to ...

    I recently came across a box of about 100 4x5 pinhole negatives developed over 12 years ago when I lived in the Texas hill country. At the time I was using Bender and Leonardo wooden cameras as well...
  13. Thread: Lightstream

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    Lightstream

    Stitched ZP pano. Test to see if picture uploads.
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    Abandoned Farm

    Impressionistic views of abandoned farm returning to nature. A fence line tree in a neglected field and thicket favored by raccoons, deer and occasional bobcat. Slink 42mm f/55 photon sieve on...
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    Picturing Time

    Marv, congrats on a great thought provoking article comparing the time related esthetics of the f64 school and pinhole photography. If you haven't read it , I think you would like Vanishing...
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    Picturing Time

    I really like Ketch's walk in the woods added to the B&W pinhole section on June 3rd. Sure it has good composition and tonal range and the other traits most pinholers and other photographers strive...
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    walk in the woods

    Beautiful. More comment in Lensless Thoughts and Observations. TerryK :)
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    Kerrville Cemetery

    Thanks to everybody for the input. TerryK :)
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    Photon Sieve Wildlife

    As several of my previous posts indicate, my lens less photography is somewhat unorthodox even for this group of nonconformists. These two white tail deer decided to leave about half way through the...
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    Kerrville Cemetery

    Straight neg scan with no photoshop (except for slight crop). Can't decide which I like better - comments please! TerryK :)

    Attached files ...
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    Kerrville Cemetery

    As an extension of the discussion of "mackie lines" in the Enchanted Rock photo I posted on June 11th, this pinhole was made at the Kerrville cemetery about the same time with the same equipment. I...
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    Enchanted Rock

    I'm afraid I don't know a mackie line from a madoff circle but I did adjust the contrast in photoshop to bring out the clouds. TerryK :)
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    Enchanted Rock

    Thanks for the comments. I tried to photograph the main granite structure but found it too massive so settled for some outcroppings at the southern end of the park. TerryK. :)
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    Enchanted Rock

    I've never figured out the nearly vertical dark line in the sky to the left of the mound. I believe it was about a 2 minute exposure and sometimes anomalies in the negative with long exposure add to...
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    Enchanted Rock

    Taken at Enchanted Rock State Park in central Texas. Wooden Bender 4x5 camera with Tri-X. TerryK :)

    Attached files http://f295.f295.org/uploads/imgred_1921.jpg
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