Today in the darkroom I set out to produce the best image that I could in two hours….Continue reading
Pinhole photography inevitably requires long exposures. So one of the features of many pinhole images is the high contrast caused by the long exposures. I am investigating the use of Pyro developers with their compensating behaviour to reduce the overall contrast, particularly in the skies. I also want to incorporate some edge effects. Pinhole images are usually quite soft and this is not always something that I want. In the images below, the mud flats are better with some edge acutance.Continue reading
Taken on a Hasselblad 503 with a Zeiss Planar 80 mm lens. Developed in PMK-Pyro. Printed on Ilford MGFB Classic Matt. Scanned using Epson Perfection V850.
The railroad towns of North Dakota: Minot, Granville, Towner, Rugby, York. Small places, conservative, quiet.Continue reading