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    Post your WWPD images

    Spent the day running a club based pinhole event so not a lot of chances for taking images. Got one in before everybody started turning up. Never got a chance to load the new 66Kiev
    Efke Positive paper 4x5 in a cylinder camera. About 30 seconds on a sunny day, rated paper at ISO4.
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    Great image, Shane. I still have some of that Efke paper, I found it a lot harder to tame than Harman DPP. Did you preflash it?

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    No its been sitting in my draw for 18 months, it may have developed its own fog...
    When I was using it last time I was preflashing, but not yesterday.
    Regards Shane
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    Home made Stereo camera
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    A five minute exp. on a paper neg., ceramic camera.
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    Rio Grande Zoo in Albuquerque. Preflashed paper in 4x5 format. I also shot some Kodak Ektar 100 in a 120 Holga pinhole camera that still needs to be lab processed.

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    My friend Roger and I went to the redwoods in the afternoon. He had a zone plate on his DSLR. Here I am walking down the trail carrying a couple of coffee can pinhole cameras that I'd just collected from their hour+ exposures. A happy glow from a full day of pinholing!

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    I'll post some of my WPPD photos soon!
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    Some photos: Ipernity
    ( pinholes and solargraphs mixed in among the rest)

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    Five image all of them totally unique.
    Regards Shane
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    Here are a couple pinhole paper negatives from the redwoods.

    5x7 from a coffee can ( with built in "rise" ):


    Pinhole redwoods by Ned, at ipernity

    From an 8x10 matboard camera:


    Deep Forest by Ned, at ipernity

    Still more to develop!
    Some photos: Ipernity
    ( pinholes and solargraphs mixed in among the rest)

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    My WPPD submission.
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    The view from One Tree Hill in South London.
    London in the distance is about six miles away.
    Using my home made Coronet 66, 0.2mm bras shim pinhole, 38mm focal length, f190.
    This shot was 8 seconds on Acros 100 developed in Rodinal 1+50 for 13.5 minutes.
    Does light still exist if we're not looking?

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