Roll 20: New Life for LF Pinhole

Film: Fujifilm Neopan Acros 100 Camera: The PINH5AD 4×5 3D printed pinhole  f/225  with 6X8 Graflex 120 film Press Back I have learned a few things since I built this camera, including how to make a better pinhole.  I made a new 0.40mm pinhole for this LF camera before I took it for a field trip.  As much as…

Roll 8: A Wider Shade of Pinhole

Film: Kodak Ektar 120 film – ISO 100 Camera: terraPin 6X9 3D printed pinhole camera, 40mm, f/174 I have greatly been enjoying wider angles in my pinhole photography, and my terraPin 6X6 recently evolved to a wider 6X9. Of course, the format size is wider, but the angular width of the photo is actually a function of “focal…

Roll # 7: Pinhole with Expired Film

Film: Konica VX100 color 120 film -Expired (1998?) Camera: terraPin 6X6 3D printed pinhole camera, 50mm, f/167 I got a dozen or so rolls of expired Konica VX100 120 color film with an eBay auction.  How this film was stored and treated was a complete mystery, and I have been procrastinating on shooting it.  A little Internet research revealed…

roll 47 – SEA vs PDX

Roll 47 is the result of a film/camera swap I did with Todd Schlemmer as part of my latest project The Great Transatlantic Pinhole Filmswap Project. It’s kind of a long story, and if you are interested in the details please visit the site and prowl around. The gist is that Todd was kind enough…

Roll 26 – A 3d Printed Pinhole camera

A few days before I left for Amsterdam I ordered a Schlem P6*6 3D printed pinhole camera from Todd Schlemmer. Todd lives in Seattle, a mere hop, skip, and Jump away from where I live near Portland. So I fully expected to receive the camera via mail after our trip. However, Todd was planning on going to Amsterdam…