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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…

Every so often an event is held on Twitter to celebrate the joy that is Ilford FP4+ film. The FP4 Party is spread over three weeks, with week one being shoot…

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…
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