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    Baby Doll

    5" x 7" preflashed grade 2 paper negative, F333 foamcore pinhole camera, 6 minutes 45 seconds exposure in north-facing shaded daylight. My grand-daughter's favorite dollie, which she had left at our house.

    ~Joe

    "There was just that moment and now there's this moment and in between there is nothing. Photography, in a way, is the negation of chronology."-Geoff Dyer, "The Ongoing Moment"
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    Very nice, Joe. Did you find her like this?

    Also, what's your paper and developer combination for pinhole these days?

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    I posed the doll.

    The paper is Arista grade 2 RC, developer is Ilford PQ liquid concentrate diluted about 1:10.

    ~Joe
    "There was just that moment and now there's this moment and in between there is nothing. Photography, in a way, is the negation of chronology."-Geoff Dyer, "The Ongoing Moment"
    My Writing Blog: Joe Van Cleave's Blog
    My Pinhole Blog: Obscure Camera
    Visit my F295 Gallery

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    Very nice Joe! You do a wonderful job with photo paper......

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    Great tonality. An even, flat lighting is ideal for taking pinhole pictures using paper negatives.
    -_- Best wishes from Switzerland, René -_- my photos on flickr

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