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04-27-2015, 06:51 PM   #11116
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I like the rustic quality of the subject taken with this medium, it just fits. Good seeing and capture.
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Thank you, David.

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Wow, Colton, that's excellent detail for a pinhole camera. When I see pinhole images I'm used to them being a bit fuzzy all over.

I'm curious about the colors, though. Do you know what caused the reddish vs bluish colorations?
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Wow, Colton, that's excellent detail for a pinhole camera. When I see pinhole images I'm used to them being a bit fuzzy all over.

I'm curious about the colors, though. Do you know what caused the reddish vs bluish colorations?
Thank you.
The reddish hue on the left is caused by uneven exposure due me having trouble with the way the shutter works, and me and my friend, who was helping me, using an incorrect method of opening and closing it.

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First roll through my Mamiya MSX 500. All shot with a Mamiya/Sekor SX 50mm F2. Not the greatest scans but oh well I can always rescan. anyways its about the prints when I shoot film.







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Yesterday was World Wide Pinhole Day, so I pulled out my pinhole camera and finished the roll that's been in it for months.




Innova 6x9 Pinhole Camera
Kodak Ektar 100
Epson V500
That turned well for a Pinhole Camera!

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Nice lines in this shot!

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That turned well for a Pinhole Camera!

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Nice lines in this shot!

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Thanks Phil.
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That turned well for a Pinhole Camera!

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Thanks, Phil.

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This pic belongs to the b&W thread!
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Thank you.
The reddish hue on the left is caused by uneven exposure due me having trouble with the way the shutter works, and me and my friend, who was helping me, using an incorrect method of opening and closing it.
I wonder if a body cap adapted as a pinhole "lens" would work well on my LX. Imagine, TTL off the film pinhole exposure control. Has anyone tried it??
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Great shot: composition, detail, color, setting, etc., and with that kit and film is extra. Really nice photograph. I'd hang it on my wall. And Impalas are not what they used to be...
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This pic belongs to the b&W thread!
B&W film is still film and this is a film thread.
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Nice shot, love old Impala’s!

Phil.
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