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I love film photography. The clouds cleared ever so slightly so I grabbed the WPC and a roll of Astia and headed off to a stream that I thought would probably be high with spring runoff. I got to the stream, which was nice and full and discovered that I had no light meter, no pinhole calculator and no timer, but a great photo opportunity. Not about to miss out, I set up and counted off 8 to 10 seconds per exposure. By the second frame, I realized that the shutter was sticking as well and I had to slap the camera to get it to close. And I absolutely love the way they turned out!

troch This photo was shot on film. Taken by troch with a Holga WPC loaded with Fuji Astia 100F film in Tuwanek, Canada. These tags describe this photo: pinhole, medium format, 120, 6x12, xpro, cross processed, holga, wide, color, canada, and long exposure. Date: 2012-03-10. Time: Afternoon. This photo can also be found in the album First March Pinholes.

6 comments

  1. wuxiong

    wuxiong

    great pinhole works...<:)

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  2. gotoarizona

    gotoarizona

    great!!

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  3. traaaart

    traaaart

    winner

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  4. lisa-lisa

    lisa-lisa

    Awesome !

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  5. messenjah

    messenjah

    very nice!!

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  6. pangmark

    pangmark

    Wow! So cool! Just like a dream!

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