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Introducing the last pinholes from 2011

Patiently waiting to be scanned for more than nine months. Now they are online for your amusement and appreciation.

All shot on different brands and types of silver halide darkroom paper. Exact date unknown. Location: near my neighborhood in Sofia, Bulgaria. All exposed in DIY metal cans and light-tight household boxes, capable of holding a pinhole on one side. No refractive optics involved. Enjoy:

Photo by adash
Photo by adash
Photo by adash
Photo by adash
Photo by adash
Photo by adash
Photo by adash
Photo by adash
Photo by adash
Photo by adash

The album is here.

written by adash

4 comments

  1. impaktor

    impaktor

    Nice pictures. What would be the exposure time for these? Minutes? Hours? Days? And how precise does on have to be with exposure time?

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  2. adash

    adash

    @impaktor Thanks. Exposure time depends on the box, but with mine it is about 3-4 min for direct sun, 20-40 minutes for shade or cloudy sky, 4-6 hours indoors. The time is not critical, but overexposed are easier to correct than underexposure. If it is overexposed, you can halt the development by dropping the paper negative in the stop bath. If it is underexposed, you're in a bad position, since shadow detail is practically missing due to the much narrower latitude that paper has, compared to film.

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  3. af-capture

    af-capture

    very nice!!!!

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  4. sommer

    sommer

    great pinholes!

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