imagesfrugales

imagesfrugales

Posted on 05/02/2015


Photo taken on May  2, 2015


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WPPD 2015

WPPD 2015
World Pinhole Photography Day 2015, 04/26

Converted Dacora Digna 6x6, removed tubus, f = 42 mm. Self stitched raw hole. Cardbord shutter and mount.

Efke 25 in Parodinal. Scanned as color film, hence the toning.

Tropical greenhouse in our botanical garden.

Bob Darrell, HaarFager, Chronocrator and 2 other people have particularly liked this photo


12 comments - The latest ones
RobbeK
RobbeK
2 years ago.
imagesfrugales
imagesfrugales
Thank you, Rob. I get a "403" for the link.
2 years ago.
Dörte Krell
Dörte Krell
...chöön chaaarf! Prima!
2 years ago.
Chronocrator
Chronocrator
Incredible sharp! The toning is also a parodinal effect, I think.
2 years ago.
imagesfrugales
imagesfrugales
Thank you very much, guys. The toning is somehow artificial and accidental, made by the scanner software.
2 years ago.
HaarFager has replied to imagesfrugales
You used the color setting instead of the black and white setting, right?
2 years ago.
Falling Thru The Lens
Falling Thru The Len…
Nice one! Looks as if you had a good WPPD.
2 years ago.
HaarFager
HaarFager
Great shot!
2 years ago.
imagesfrugales
imagesfrugales
Thank you very much Jacky and Haar. Yes, I had serious fun on WPPD, next step will be a converted Polaroid Colorpack.
2 years ago.
HaarFager has replied to imagesfrugales
I've been trying to get back into pinhole photography myself, but can't seem to get things to turn out right with the cameras I make. The last good pinhole camera I made was back in 1979, so I need to keep working at it.

The Colorpack has the little eye that you can cover up and make the exposure last indefinitely, doesn't it?
2 years ago. Edited 2 years ago.
imagesfrugales has replied to HaarFager
I removed the lens and shutter unit of the Colorpack completely and replaced it with the cardboard shutter and the pinhole behind like the cam used here: www.ipernity.com/doc/imagesfrugales/37930700
Sorry for the delayed answer.
2 years ago. Edited 2 years ago.