Holga WPC + trees = love…..
If you ever considered trying to photograph with a pinhole camera, but not know where to start, I can recommend this one, Holga WPC for 120 film.
It gives a really nice panoramic image with the negative size of 6×12 cm, with a quality that is enough if you need to crop. Very nice vignetting in the corners, sometimes a bit too dark, but that is easy to handle, just crop off a bit, or just love it as it is. And it costs just about $50.
These are photographed with Adox CMS 20, developed in Adotech II
Really nice set, I have the 135pc and just got the first shots back (and will post later on my blog) and think I need a 120WPC for better resolution as detail was lost. Think I have been bitten by the Pinhole bug!
Thank you very much! I’m looking forward to see your results!
The bug is infectious but lovely, so treat it well! =D
Your pinhole photos are an inspiration to get out there and pinhole! These have such beautiful light and shadows, and the leaves seem to float in the air so wonderfully, especially in the first photo.
Thanks a lot Jacki! I can never resist backlight, and this camera handle it very well, so I’m happy for that.
I am so very partial to the first and third image…and in particular the third. These are wonderful Marie!
Thanks a lot Amy! It is so interesting what you say, because at first I thought that the third image was quite ugly, but after looking at it for a couple of weeks, I was beginning to like more and more, and now it is my favourite too.
Beautiful series of images. Love the 6 x 12 format.
Thank you very much Simon!
Yes I agree, it is a stunning format, just love it.
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A lovely series!
Bara så skön känsla i alla…
En fröjd att betrakta och njuta av!