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 ….
…. a regular pinhole setting of the same motive.
Over all, I’m very satisfied with the results from my new Zero Pinhole 612F multi format camera.
TUSEN tack! Vad roligt att du gillar dem, jag tror att de är kanske inte för alla, lite “svåra” sådär…
Men vi gillar sånt, både du och jag, tror jag! Lite både personlighet och attityd…:-)
Precis, Marie. 🙂
Beautiful!!!! I had a look to the camera….It looks awfully difficult to manage it!!!!
Oh no, it is just putting it on a sturdy tripod, aim it and calculate the exposure time. And then just wait…. 😉
And don’t forget to wind the film to the next number…
🙂 I think it is fascinant….It allows you to develop your artistic sensitivity….
I hope so. It is so much more fun to do it this way, than to take a raw file into Photoshop…
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.
Thank you! I’m glad you like them.
Yes, I have read about Ondu, and it looks really interesting! I have not tried it though. But Jana at http://www.janaobscura.com has one, pop in to her site and have a look!
I will! Thanks a lot, Marie!
Both images are superb.
Thank you very much! 🙂
What a wonderful picture and I like how you showed how the changing one setting just slightly can alter the final picture so drastically.
Thank you, I’m so glad you like it!
what a splendid picture
Thank you very much! 🙂
The zone plate image is so whimsical!
Yes, I agree! It will be very interesting to use it at it’s full potential when I have learned how it works. Looking forward to that.
both are amazing! But I have to say the zone plate setting is magical! love your work 🙂
Thank you very much Grazie! I’m looking forward to use more of the zone plate setting, I’m very curious about it….
Fabulous Marie, I must try my zone plate again soon…and the 6×12 format is to die for!
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.