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The free day before my music course began in Wales this week was a wonderful luxury – an opportunity to take my time and do whatever I wanted. AS well as the…

When I visited St. John’s Church, Duxford earlier this month I also took along my pinhole camera for some slower exposures. This time I went armed with some…

During my recent visits to Brightlingsea and Hawkedon I shot some pinhole photos alongside my digital camera. The majority of my pinhole work is in monochrome,…

I had a single sheet of film left in one of my film holders as I drove home on Friday afternoon, just asking to be exposed. It seemed a shame not to use it, so…

Following my visit to Brightlingsea yesterday one of today’s tasks was to develop my 4x5 pinhole negatives. Shooting with a large format pinhole camera is not…

The last Sunday in April is Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day, so I needed no further encouragement to get out and about with my little wooden cameras. To add…

It’s a year since I last put a roll of 35mm film through my medium format pinhole camera, so I decided it was time to have another play. Shooting this way…

After a few days’ wait, my colour pinhole negatives from my day in Clacton returned today. The film I used, Kodak Ektar, works really well on bright, sunny days…

A couple of weeks ago I spent a couple of hours at Audley End, putting some colour film through one of my pinhole cameras. I got there early in the morning and…

After a reasonably successful start with my large format pinhole camera I had another go today, this time by the sea at Clacton. With a focal length of 58mm…

One of my birthday presents finally arrived in the post from Slovenia on Saturday – an Ondu large format pinhole camera. Rather than the roll film I’m used to,…

I was delighted to receive my negatives back today from my afternoon at St Mary’s Church in Henham. Church photography with something as basic as a pinhole…

I often use slow film for my pinhole photography as it allows me to lengthen my exposure times. However, I’ve never used ISO 50 film until I loaded this roll of…

A couple of weeks ago we had a wonderfully sunny Sunday so I spent some time crawling around our flowerbeds having some pinhole fun with the spring flowers. To…

On my way to the farm shop this morning I stopped in Henham and spent a little time in St. Mary’s Church. Unlike so many churches in Essex, the ones in Elsenham…

With my daily pinhole project I’m always on the lookout for potential subjects for photos. I’ve tried photographing Lucy this way before when I saw she’d…
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