Eerie castle ruin

Near where I live there is an old castle ruin. I‘ve been there before and photographed, but the rascal is hard to catch neatly on image.
So now, I picked up my very wide Harman Titan Pinhole and loaded the film holders with film sheets of infrared Efke 820IR.
And I think it was really good!
Though I have more ideas, so I definitely have to revisit this ….

Enjoy! 🙂

And have a great rest of the week!

Harman Titan Pinhole 72 Efke IR 820 4x5 @ ISO 3 Kodak T-max developer 1:4

Harman Titan Pinhole 72 + Wratten 89B filter
Efke IR 820 4×5 @ ISO 3
Kodak T-max developer 1:4

Harman Titan Pinhole 72 Efke IR 820 4x5 @ ISO 3 Kodak T-max developer 1:4

Harman Titan Pinhole 72 + Wratten 89B filter
Efke IR 820 4×5 @ ISO 3
Kodak T-max developer 1:4

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19 thoughts on “Eerie castle ruin

  1. Wonderful images Marie and my preference is the second image, for the composition and the haunting light. I have to say Marie the combination of infrared and the pinhole camera has produced a wonderful marriage. The effect is has made me re-evaluate my thoughts on going back to film for a while…I am definitely going to give it a try as my father has given me his Contax Aria and various prime lenses…Oh joy!.

    • Thanks a lot James!
      Oh yes, you do that! It’s not a question of either or, you can have them both! 😀
      Just take the one you feel the most for, for the moment! Let the creativity flow. Film can be so experimental and fun, and you have got time to think…
      Give it a go James!!! Good luck!!

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