Week 17, PPV: Pano Pinhole w/Velvia

Spring and Velvia 50 go together like fish-n-chips. Again I took out the Vermeer Panoramic Pinhole, which has a curved film plane and a f-stop of 300. Along with the Velvia 50, I had a 0.9 neutral density filter (3 stop) in front of the pinhole, which resulted in exposures in 3:30 range. Location is…

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 11, Pano Pinhole

I bought a Vermeer panorama pinhole as a treat to experiment with super-wide shooting. It has a curved plane and shoots roughly 6x17cm negatives, so you only get four shots per roll of medium format. It is f300 and has a threaded filter ring for easy attachments of color filters. I had no real sense…