Outer Hebrides, Isle of Harris, Scotland part 2

I have had problems with my computer during the last time, so this post is published much later than expected, but finally it’s ready.
From this workshop in Scotland, I am most pleased with my pinhole images. It’s as if the landscape itself requires a dreamy and not altogether clear expression, so my beloved pinhole cameras did an absolutely excellent job.
Hope you like it too. Enjoy! 🙂

Zero Image 612F Kodak TMX 100 Kodak HC-110 B

Zero Image 612F 6×12
Kodak TMX 100
Kodak HC-110 B

Zero Image 612F 6x12 Kodak TMX 100 Kodak HC-110 B

Zero Image 612F 6×12
Kodak TMX 100
Kodak HC-110 B

Zero Image 612F 6x12 Zone plate setting Ilford PanF+ 50 ISO Ildord DD-X

Zero Image 612F 6×12
Zone plate setting
Ilford PanF+ 50 ISO
Ilford DD-X

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15 thoughts on “Outer Hebrides, Isle of Harris, Scotland part 2

    • Thank you very much, I’m so glad you like them. It really was an exiting environment, but quite hard to create images that could express the feelings of the place. I would love to go back…

  1. I am an old fashion guy and film photography for myself is really special. It is an Art. Digital photography is mostly for the modern people who is in rush all the time and for documentary photography as well. I adore your pictures.

    • Thank you very much Alexander, your kind comment is most appreciated! I’ve been there myself, with stress and digital camera. For me the digital time was so boring… I find it very satisfying that it’s not sure I’ve got the image I was after when I released the shutter, I have to wait for development and maybe I just lost it, and maybe I can go back and retake the image. It tickles my creativity…

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