Polaroid for Worldwide Pinhole Day
My week 16 post at 52Rolls.net has pinhole photographs from earlier in the week taken at Point No Point out the Vancouver Island coast past Sooke. Today is Worldwide Pinhole Day and I will be taking a few more shots today to mark the ‘event’. I hope to have time to scan and post them during the day, but if not, will do so tomorrow.
Today being Worldwide Pinhole Day I am posting some Polaroid pinholes as my week 16 contribution. These are totally out of sequence for what I actually shot on film; but one must honour these special photography days where possible, right? I wanted to make sure I could could get useable exposures with the Fujifilm FP-100C so mid-week made these pinholes with the Polaroid microscope attachment I adapted a month or two ago. I had been having a lot of trouble with exposures using the FP-3000B and so wanted to see what the colour film was like, and how extreme the colour shifts are.
These shots were taken at Point No Point on the south west shore of Vancouver Island just as the morning sun was shining onto the ocean through gaps in the trees (middle picture). There were endless large waves breaking on the rocky shore. The pinhole exposure times won’t capture the waves, but…
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