Seattle anamorphic pinhole photos

Saturday I met up with Jana & Todd to shoot some pinhole photos. I was using the Vermeer anamorphic pinhole camera again.   We got rained on a little, but it was great fun. I look forward to our next pinhole meetup! Advertisements

Week 34: Jeremy Novy

I will give up shooting with expired film. I will give up shooting with expired film. I will give up shooting with expired film. I will give up shooting with expired film. I will give up shooting with expired film. Otherwise, I’ve long been a fan of Jeremy Novy‘s koi. I’ve photographed them at Clarion…

Week 33: Giants vs. Phillies

There’s nothing quite like attending a Giant’s game at AT&T Park. Sitting in the stands enjoying a cold beer and a hot dog is a pretty decent way to pass at weekend afternoon. Camera: Yunkor Film: Kodak Portra 400

Week 32: Haight Street

When we lived in Cole Valley, I spent many weekend mornings wandering up and down Haight Street. There was always something new to see – a mural, a piece of art that someone had adhered to a wall, etc. We moved not too far away and while still an easy walk away, the Upper Haight…

roll 44_ Toy Camera Day

I took out two cameras for World Toy Camera Day on October 18th, my Holga 120 CFN and the Holga PAN. I don’t have the negatives back for the Holga PAN so those will have to wait until next week, but here are the ones from the plain old black plastic Holga 120. Sadly my…

Roll 39: Crystal Peak Park, Verdi, NV

I’m a sucker for a good neighborhood park.   And, it makes for an easy way to explore with my family, check out some fun little, hidden spots and, of course, burn through a good roll of film.  I headed out with the Bolsey Model C and a roll of Fuji 400 35mm to revisit…

OscilloPinoscope in 6 minutes

A friend gave me an old Oscilloscope which had a Polaroid back.    Unfortunately, the shutter was sticky.   Fortunately, the Polaroid back was easily removable. I realized it would be super easy to make an instant film pinhole camera from it.    I knew all I needed was a pinhole, some cardboard and gaffer’s tape.   So I…