I attended a 3D Printing meetup in the University District May 16th. I brought a few of my 3D Printed pinhole cameras and some business cards and geeked out for a few hours with other 3D Printing nerds. Afterwards, Beehive joined me and we sauntered through the Street Fair that was happening. Lots of food booths, a startling number of churches, and all manner of arts and crafts were represented. Owing to the long exposures, I have captured a lot of seemingly empty streets and canopies. Also shooting a new film I’ve been wanting to try for a while…
Film: Kodak Portra 400 color negative film
Camera: terraPin 6X6 3D printed pinhole F/135
Some kind of barbecue happening here.
A street juggler caught between busking sets. I used the tying-the-shoe trick to capture this.
White skies, white canopies, the ghosts of peoples.
The motionless person? She’s mine.
This kid sat very patiently for me for about two minutes. I think his name is Cody. He’s wearing some kind of eared had. He was vaping.
I have friends who do a great job with handheld pinhole selfies. This obviously took too long. Boo. PS I am not bald.
And oysters for dinner. I shucked these, but Beehive brought them back from Orcas Island. Not a bad job – I haven’t shucked oysters in years. And DELICIOUS.
These rolls were processed and scanned by Moon Photo in Seattle; all images are as scanned without alteration. More photos from this and my other 52Rolls can be found HERE.