Outer Hebrides, Isle of Harris, Scotland part 1

In November 2015 I was lucky to attend a five days workshop with the brilliant Bruce Percy, The Art of Adventure. It was a couple of days that really took my breath away with stunning nature scenery which was quite hard to catch in a way that for me made sense. I had a feeling that I should go there with only a couple of my pinhole cameras, but I really didn’t dare to, I just had to bring my trusty old Hasselblad with me.

But when all films finally was scanned, it was the pinhole rolls that spoke to me. As you all know by now, I’m the kind of person that just have to let my images rest for a while, to be able to see what I like and what I don’t like, so therefore it has gone some time…..  😉

The Outer Hebrides, Isle of Harris, is definitely a place I would love to go back to, anytime, with a whole box of film with me…..

I just have to start with a for me new pinhole camera, the Reality So Subtle 6×6, which one impressed me a lot!

I hope you like this too!

RealitySoSubtle 6x6 Exposed with the upper pinhole Kodak Tmax 100 Kodak HC110 B

RealitySoSubtle 6×6
Exposed with the upper pinhole
Kodak Tmax 100
Kodak HC110 B

 

RealitySoSubtle 6x6 exposed with the upper pinhole  Kodak Tmax 100 Kodak HC110 B

RealitySoSubtle 6×6 exposed with the upper pinhole
Kodak Tmax 100
Kodak HC110 B

 

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13 thoughts on “Outer Hebrides, Isle of Harris, Scotland part 1

  1. These are really moving images. I would love to see real silver prints, but thanks for the scans

    I feel you were right to take your Hbd, because you never know what light you will meet

    • Thanks a lot!
      Real silver prints are absolutely my intention, just haven’t had enough time yet. I’m gonna do my best to have some darkroom prints during the coming months.
      So stay tuned 😉

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