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Previously on pinhole photography: A New Chapter, a New Book - Pinhole Photography, Film Pinhole Photography, Seaside Pinhole Photography, Lake Erie Lakeshore on Pinhole, Erie Basin Marina on Pinhole, Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day 2017, The Final Six, Large Format Pinhole, Large Format Pinhole by Cargill Pool Grain Elevator, Large Format Pinhole of Orchard Park Train Depot, Large Format Pinhole of Green Lake, Cobblestone on Pinhole, Buffalo, NY, WPPD 2018, Seaside Pinhole Photography II
Zero Image 135Dual Format Back to Nature Series Today I am jumping two years back to continue a story I had started then and believed to have finished. However, while reviewing my pinhole photographs today I realized I have not. I really struggle with this one as I remember posting at least three of my most favorite photographs from that roll of film shot on my 35mm Zero Image pinhole camera. There is no evidence though to support that memory.
Anyway, let's work on correcting that today with a few more seaside pinhole photos. The 35mm film does not give the pinhole photographs all of their signature features. Yes, there is an overall lack of sharpness but there is no distortion and light fall off. But the tiny pinhole combined with a slow film land themselves really well to long exposure photography. And you know what else lands itself really well to long exposures? Yep, you guessed it, a beautiful coastline with wild surf.
Makawehi Lithified Cliffs in Kauai, Hawaii on Zero Image 35mm Pinhole Camera, Ilford PAN F Plus 50 Black & White Film
Ke'e Beach, Hawaii on Zero Image 35mm Pinhole Camera, Ilford PAN F Plus 50 Black & White Film
It turns out I am not crazy after all, or at least not for the reason mentioned at the top of this post. Apparently, it was not a blog post where I shared these photos but my April 2016 newsletter. What a relief!
Enjoy the Beauty that Surrounds You! (#etbtsy)
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