terraPin pinhole camera at Seattle Center for Wooden Boats

Todd very kindly gave me a 3D printed pinhole camera, the terraPin.

You can download it and print it yourself!

We met up at the Center for Wooden Boats and had a swell time.  Especially after hitting the cafe for some caffeine.

I’m not sure why some of the photos have a black vignetting on one side.  i might not have pushed the shutter all the way from the pinhole.

Still, great fun.

pinhole_011 pinhole_001 pinhole_002 pinhole_003 pinhole_006 pinhole_007

This is the donation box.  I try to remember to use the pinhole to shoot stuff in the immediate foreground to take advantage of that infinite DOF.

This is the donation box. I try to remember to use the pinhole to shoot stuff in the immediate foreground to take advantage of that infinite DOF.

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I shot this on Acros film, 100 speed.  I was a little shaky because I forgot my tripod plate.

Developed at home in Diafine.

2 thoughts on “terraPin pinhole camera at Seattle Center for Wooden Boats

  1. Yes, the shutter is not open all the way. It might be sticking a little bit. Let me know if I need to grind something down! Thanks for coming out – it was a good day!

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  2. Acros and Diafine look good! I mostly use either Xtol (1+1) or pull it a stop to ASA-50 and use PMK Pyro.

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