Windang wheels

Windang Island sits just beyond the mouth of Lake Illawarra. At low tide it is possible to walk out to the island over a narrow sand bar or isthmus which becomes submerged at high tide in a big swell and storms. In a Dreaming story, Windang Island is an abandoned canoe used by the Thurawal…

Week 53 – Solargraphs

I’ll write up some sort of summary for my 52 Rolls Project in the next few days. It’s been a bit of a rollercoaster so there’s quite a lot to write about… Anyway, this week’s update has been three months in the making. Ideally I would have liked to have had the idea to do this…

Pinhole with Canon EOS3

  I know, it is absurd to take pinhole photographs with a camera as sophisticated as a Canon EOS3. I tried it anyway. But only after I did the same with a full frame DSLR. Which might be an ad nauseum of the absurd. And if you think that is bad, the icing on the cake is that…

[raulpc] week 37 – more pinhole 6×17

Another experiment with light and mood, trying to figure out exposure for an inside picture, with the me as a ghost showing up as intended but not quiet as I wanted. The only one with something to see on this roll. With and old TriX developed in PMK.    

[raulpc] week 28 – 6×17

I have a fascination for this 6×17 format, specialy chrome mode, just looking at this colorfull large wide image, and it comes from a long ago, when in early seventies past century my father introduced home 35mm slides… those evening dark projections of them against the white wall… magical! This week in pinhole, with RsSubtle…

[raulpc] week 23 – Pinhole 6×17

My first try on this amazing camera, the RealitySoSubtle 6×17, that I just start to love. Curved film plane and specialy the double pinhole for up or down horizon are the best features. So I took it off with Delta 100 inside, what else, and placed it on four feet fully stabilized, exposure and reciprocity…

Week 17: Pushchairs and Pinholes

Future me is going to be awfully confused. I’m behind with this but I’ve decided it’s best not to be too precious.  The motto for this year has been DO DO DO.  I’ve yet to achieve a balance, but balance is dull, so let’s just do it. This film was started some time ago and…

Week 16, PPP: Pano Pinhole w/Portra

This was my Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day outing, and I decided to cross-process with my first batch of E-6 chems. Other than having more items to mix than C-41, I didn’t find it anymore difficult. Just get the chems and distilled water up to temp in a hot water bath (my sink, hot tap water…

Week 13: Holga Wide Pinhole Camera. Cornwall

Alright, this is chronologically wrong, but what the heck.  April has been mental, to say the least.  This last week has been rather wonderful photographically, give or take Week 12’s disaster. As I mentioned, I spent three nights at the Eden Project as a participant on the Big Lunch Extras course for people who do…

Instant Film for Worldwide Pinhole Day

Worldwide Pinhole Day has come around again and I am posting some more instant film pinholes, as I did last year. These are totally out of sequence for 2016 as I have about 7 rolls of unscanned film in the queue. Since they were shot today, and today is the day, then posting today it is.…

Week 12, Pinhole Fun

Along with the panoramic pinhole from Week 11, I got a prototype 6×4.5 pinhole from Vermeer. One thing I love about both of these designs compared to my other Vermeer pinholes is the integral filter ring, which makes it easy to add ND filters or color filters for b&w. In this case, I shot most…