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My New Pinhole Blog
Old 11-21-2015   #1
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My New Pinhole Blog

In the past, I'd posted numerous images and technical articles to the F295 pinhole photography discussion forum. Now, with its impending demise, some of the senior members have decided to each create their own pinhole-centric blog.

I started a new blog of my own, Obscure Camera. Take a look. I'm sharing this here on RFF for anyone interested in pinhole photography.

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Old 11-21-2015   #2
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good start and great images. I like the idea of a falling plate camera. For your wind issue I have seen a couple of different approaches, 1) Tie the camera down with rope,straps, and tent stakes. 2) I once saw a photographer using a foldable large light reflector as a wind shield while making the exposure, obviously only works if wind is behind or to the side. An umbrella would probably work too.
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Interesting! Pinhole is not my main genre but sometimes I like to play it a little bit!
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Interesting stuff so far. I've dabbled in pinhole, always thinking I should use it more. I see you're in NM - I might be out that way in a month or two, so I may hit you up for some shooting location suggestions.
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and a man who thinks his equipment is going to see for him is not going to get much of anything.

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