Week 17, PPV: Pano Pinhole w/Velvia

Spring and Velvia 50 go together like fish-n-chips. Again I took out the Vermeer Panoramic Pinhole, which has a curved film plane and a f-stop of 300. Along with the Velvia 50, I had a 0.9 neutral density filter (3 stop) in front of the pinhole, which resulted in exposures in 3:30 range.

Location is near Chelsea Green in my current city, Norwich CT. Norwich Free Academy (our local high school. Yes, it looks like a small college campus), Chelsea Green, and some budding dogwoods.

As mentioned with the previous post, I developed this using an Arista E-6 kit, which was the first time using E-6 chems at home. Very satisfying to see these come out of the developing tank. I mean wow, the colors *drool*.

One thing I am learning with this camera is I can get a lot closer than I think. One of the shots showing an overview of the Chelsea Parade area is just…meh, can’t see much of detail because I was so far away from everything.

The other thing that was rockin though is the shots with the roads. There were a LOT of cars zooming by, but none showed up with the long exposures. Another bonus for the pinhole.

Across Chelsea Parade towards NFA

Across Chelsea Parade towards NFA

Chelsea Parade overview

Chelsea Parade overview

NFA Fountain

NFA Fountain

Buds, NFA and Slater Museum

Buds, NFA and Slater Museum

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