Roll 40 – A pinhole adventure in Portland. With masks.

In September I met up with Gretchen and Donna in Portland! We had a blast wandering around the city. Gretchen brought her masks and we did some pinhole selfies in them. Check out Gretchen’s post about the day! šŸ™‚ These were all shot on my Zero 4×5, 25mm configuration. I might have used Velvia for…

Roll 39 – seeing double

For roll 39 I decided to dust off the Holga and take it out on an adventure. Inge had just started a Double Exposure group on Facebook and asked me to help her be administrator. She’d posted some of her own Holga shots so I was inspired. I shot most of these on Portland. I…

Roll 38 – bushcraft on the secret island.

For roll 38 I took my Olympus XA out hiking with me, just for fun. I have said this before, but I love that little camera so much. It has become my favorite camera, hands down (aside from my Zero 4×5). It fits so easily in my pocket and doesn’t weigh me down when I…

Roll 37 -Camping at a haunted lake

For roll 37 I took my pinhole camera camping with me. We went to Little Crater Lake, which is a small (and deep) lake on Mt Hood. It was on a Sunday night and we had the entire campground to ourselves, which was kind of creepy. There are stories about the lake being haunted. According…

Roll 36 – An Adventure on the Mountain

For roll 36 I found myself and my pinhole camera on Mt Hood at a lake I’d never visited before. I have to admit, I don’t remember the name of the lake! But it was beautiful. It was quiet and serene. We thought about camping there the following weekend but decided on somewhere else. These…

Roll 35 – A pinhole adventure with friends

In August I began hanging out with two very talented Pinhole Photographers, Gretchen and Donna. We have since started having pinhole adventures once a month and it’s been a blast! For our first pinhole adventure we decided to visit Trillium Lake. I brought my Zero Image 4×5 and shot both large format film and 120…

Roll 34 – Mountain Festival, Pinholed

OK, this is where I start feeling like I haveĀ failed at this project. Because now I am posting anachronistically. I am going back in time to the Mountain Festival, which I have already covered with the Traveling Yashica. What is time, anyway. Time is just an illusion. I generally bring two cameras out with me,…

Roll 33 – The Witches Castle in Portland, Oregon

For Roll 33 I wanted to go on a pinhole adventure so I went to the Witches Castle in Portland, Oregon. I posted this originally on Pinhole Obscura. The Witches Castle is located in Forest Park (Portland, OR). There are a host of rumors about this place. I was curious about how the place came…

Roll 32 – The Traveling Yashica

One morning at the end of September of last year my friend Inge told me about the Traveling Yashica project. She was going to join the project and thought I might be interested too. I did a quick Google search for the camera and took a look at what would be traveling around. I thought…

Roll 31 – impossible fun

Several of my friends are into Impossible film right now and I have really loved seeing their results. I was at the film dealer store, staring into the freezer, trying to decide what to get. I stared at the boxes of color 4×5 sheet film for awhile, deciding if I wanted to fork out the…

Roll 30 – WPPD film swap with Alex

Why hello there! I seem to be in a blogging funk lately. I just don’t have any words in me lately so I’ve been having a hard time motivating myself to write blog posts. Once again, I have been encouraged to keep on keeping on, so here I am. Luckily, this post was originally on…

Roll 29 – more pinhole at the beach.

Hi there! Boy, it’s sure been a long time since I’ve posted. I have been debating whether or not I should even continue this project. It’s not that I’m not taking photos, it’s just that I am terrible about being organized about it. I have been encouraged to keep posting so I will. I hope…