A friend, Sean, was moving his boat from one marina to another on Lake Union in Seattle. He invited me and some other photographers along for the ride. There was Leila, and Todd & his wife Lisa. And a friend of Sean’s, who was shooting with an Olympus Pen.
I was shooting with a FED2, with a Voigtlander 15mm lens on it. The 15mm is way wider than the viewfinder on the FED, so I got a $15 Holga fisheye viewfinder on ebay (this), and added some gaffer tape to the top & sides to simulate the 15mm view.
I was just shooting snaps with the FED, but I wanted to use the movement of the boat to blur the background on the pinhole. My exposures were about 18 seconds. I was using some 2004 TMAX film.
Here’s the FED shots:
And the pinhole photos:
It was a fun outing. Then some of us went for pints.