A wonderful cloudy evening on the shore of Lake Erie like created for some moody black and white pinhole photography. I headed to a previously photographed location where I really liked the rock layers positioned perfectly to interact with the incoming lake waves. In many ways, photography there is just like along a rocky ocean coastline. I really liked how the horizon line was blending in with the sky even in color, in blue tones. I did not really know how the scene would turn out in black and white and and in a pinhole photograph on top. And unlike digital, I did not know how it turned out even after clicking the shutter, well, after opening and closing the wooden latch. I had to wait for several days until the roll of film reached its end and I had a chance to develop it. Such a great feeling pulling the roll out of the tank and hanging it to dry and seeing the right amounts of black and white tones!
Rocky Shore, Lake Erie; A Black and White Film Pinhole Photograph
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