With my 6x6 Pinhole camera. Welsh Slate Mill, Pinhole 6x6; Ilford Pan F.
A very cold and damp day in March saw me visiting Ynysypandy Slate Mill in North Wales with my pinhole camera ... The place is a haunt to some landscape photographers, and so I do not claim credit for any originality in the vistas that I recorded. But I think the location was well suited … Continue reading A visit to Ynysypandy Slate Mill, North Wales
Out with my Pinhole camera today in the slate mining areas of North Wales. It was a bright day so I decided to load the camera with Ilford Pan F 120. On my return home I thought I would process the images in Rodinal 1:50. It has been a couple of years since I had … Continue reading Air-bells a-plenty – Grrrr!
There is something very enticing about stripping away complexity, going back to the source, starting again. In the case of film photography nothing can be simpler than taking photographs with a pinhole camera. But actually it's not that easy. My pinhole camera: a Zero with an aperture of f. 138. The format is 120. As … Continue reading The Promise of Pinhole