Roll 32: Pinhole at the University District Street Fair in Seattle

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.


Food trucks!


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.

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