Digital and analogue duet

by Helen Hooker November. 07, 2019 654 views
My Ondu pinhole camera shooting the nave of St. Mary's.

My Ondu pinhole camera shooting the nave of St. Mary's.

During my trip to Shrewsbury last week I found a fabulous used camera shop in the market. I resisted the temptation to buy a ‘new’ old camera, but I did purchase a couple of rolls of expired Kodak TMAX 400 film. With a use by date of 2006 and a cost of just £3 each it was worth a punt and I took one of the rolls out for a spin today, in my Ondu pinhole camera.

I drove over to Saffron Walden to photograph St. Mary’s Church and took my digital camera along too. With low light levels inside the church I knew I’d be shooting exposures running into several minutes with the pinhole camera, so I figured I could use that time to shoot for my prime lens project. It’ll be a few days before I get my developed negatives back but at least I can share a handful of photos from my visit immediately.

7 November 2019

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Scribe 7 months ago

God bless you- these are such soothing shots blue heart

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