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I was digging through some cameras that hadn't been used for some time and noticed the Holga pinhole. It had film loaded and all I could tell was that it was Ilford. The film counter winter was set to 16 exposures, a little unusual for me, but I went ahead and shot the roll anyway. Exposure was a bit of a challenge, but black and white is more forgiving so I went for about 5 seconds on each shot.This photo was shot on film. Taken by troch with a HOLGA PINHOLE CAMERA loaded with Ilford HP5 (120, 400 iso) film in Sunshine Coast, BC, Canada. These tags describe this photo: panorama, 120, nature, b&w, black and white, doubles, multiple exposure, mx, winter, scenic, canada, diy, home processed, medium format, and pinhole. Date: 2012-01. This photo can also be found in the album Happy Accidents.
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