Somehow I forgot to share the photos from the 6th roll of film in my Daily Pinhole Project. This time I chose Portra 400 as I knew I wanted to take some photos indoors. I love using slow film for pinhole photography but I some of the exposures would have taken an hour or more if I’d used ISO 100 film!
I started off in St Mary’s Church in Henham, where my photos each took about ten minutes to expose, during which time I pottered around taking some digital pics too. The following day I took my camera to work where I focused on some of the ancient trees around Hatfield Forest.
My final images for this roll were taken at home. I shot what I hoped would be two different shots of Kevin making a model of an Airspeed Oxford aircraft. Stupidly I forgot to wind the film on between frames, so instead I got a rather messy double exposure!
Knowing I’d made a hash of the model shots I then grabbed my guitar from under the spare bed and made a still life with it. Naturally, I tuned it before opening the shutter, although I doubt that fact will show in the finished image!
1 March 2021