One pinhole camera two different settings

Have you ever tried zone plate setting on your pinhole camera?

I’m not sure I know what it is really, but the result is quite thrilling…

If I chose my motive carefully, I’m sure this can be really good…

This is the very first zone plate image I try, in comparison to ….

Zero Image 612F Zone plate setting Kodak T-max 100 Kodak Tmax developer 1:4

Zero Image 612F
Zone plate setting f55
Kodak T-max 100
Kodak Tmax developer 1:4

….  a regular pinhole setting of the same motive.

Zero Image 612F Pinhole setting f158 Kodak T-max 100 Kodak Tmax developer 1:4

Zero Image 612F
Pinhole setting f158
Kodak T-max 100
Kodak Tmax developer 1:4

Over all, I’m very satisfied with the results from my new Zero Pinhole 612F multi format camera.

Enjoy!  🙂

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22 thoughts on “One pinhole camera two different settings

  1. Wonderful! Both of them are magical. It’s interesting to see the different solutions, wow. I would love to have one of those zero cameras. ONDU cameras also seem to be interesting.

  2. What a wonderful picture and I like how you showed how the changing one setting just slightly can alter the final picture so drastically.

    • Thanks a lot Alex! 🙂
      Yes, it is a wonderful dynamic format! And I’m really happy for the zone plate setting, must go out and do some more images with it.

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