Ned

Ned

Posted on 06/10/2013


Photo taken on June  9, 2013



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Santa Rosa Creek
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Santa Rosa Creek

Santa Rosa Creek
Made with my Goat Rock Cam which is a simple coffee can pinhole camera. 5x7 paper negative, 9 minutes. It was windy and there was a big willow branch swinging back and forth over the water on the right!

horilyc, Judith Crispin, Alexander (nomotion), Vtumane and 15 other people have particularly liked this photo


13 comments - The latest ones
Falling Thru The Lens ... Goodbye...
Falling Thru The Len…
I love the reflections and the way the blur created by the swinging branch complements the clarity of so much of the image. You must have made a beautiful pinhole :-)
5 years ago. Edited 5 years ago.
Talaini
Talaini
This is very good...
5 years ago.
Mark Magin
Mark Magin
Nicely done Ned, exciting!
5 years ago.
Ned
Ned
Thank you everyone.
5 years ago.
Formica
Formica
this is gorgeous. is this a contact print or just inverted in photoshop?
5 years ago.
Ned
Ned
@ Hubert, thank you!
@ Harald, thank you very much.
@ William, thanks! This one was just inverted.
@ Jesús, thanks and I'm very happy to see you here!
5 years ago.
The Plastic Botanist
The Plastic Botanist
very cool !
5 years ago.
Ned has replied to The Plastic Botanist
Thanks!
5 years ago.
Steve Banks
Steve Banks
An astonishing picture and photograph (just for once they're not the same thing)! I don't think many people whould have taken this on, knowing that the waving branch wasn't entirely predictable. Puts you in the shoes of the first pioneers!
5 years ago.
Ned has replied to Steve Banks
Ha! I probably shouldn't admit to this but I had my 8x10 pinhole camera with me and decided not to try it. But my handy Goat Rock Cam is always ready to try anything!
5 years ago.
Graham Hughes
Graham Hughes
Nice work......love the detail and the variation of it. Amazing how simple is so powerful....
5 years ago.
Ned has replied to Graham Hughes
Thank you Graham. I have so much fun with this simple coffee can camera. Also, I'm really glad to see you here at Ipernity. There aren't that many people in the world putting paper into old Kodak 3A's, and I'm glad I won't miss seeing what you're up to!
5 years ago.