Roll 35.1, 35.2, 35.3: the Kaiju – A 6X18 Panoramic Pinhole Camera

Here, at the Schlaboratory, our scientists are constantly searching for new ways to leverage 3D printing to the very narrow application of pinhole photography.  Earlier this summer, a breakthrough wide angle panoramic design, the Kaiju Pinhole Gamera, was released to the wild.  At this writing, I believe I have the only two representative samples of…

Behind Gerroa

Driving along the road to Black Head through Gerroa, we happened to see a sign between two houses saying Pathway. Behind Gerroa, and down this track were rolling hills meeting the sea, and black cliffs, beyond a rocky cove. We ventured along the beach, until we reached the shelf beneath the cliff. Every so often…

Week 30 – Recreation

A couple of weeks ago, someone in a facebook group posted a bunch of photos from a 1911 book of amateur photographers. I loved the idea of his sharing work by people whose names had faded into the archives, and immediately decided my daughter and I needed to try to recreate some of the examples.…

Week 19: Georgetown

Week 19 is brought to you by random stuff. The black and white shots are from a roll that sat in my T60 for about a month. Half of it was randoms, and the other half got shot on the same trip as the Holga. Those are their own special thing. I was out with my…