“Not just for Landscapes….pinhole”


Just a brief reminder that pinhole images are not just for landscapes, even if they are as ‘rough’ as this one. From a 35mm T-Max 3200 pinhole neg.

About christian harkness

Photographer and printmaker; living and working in north Florida.
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4 Responses to “Not just for Landscapes….pinhole”

  1. drawandshoot says:

    Gorgeous grain in this, it’s ethereal.

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    Thanks Karen, yes I love the grain too. However I am amused at our reaction these days to ‘good grain.’ Seems to me it was not always thus. I remember the pre-digital days when I would often be criticized for occasionally using high speed film for portraits…..

    -c-

  2. andybeel says:

    Hi Christian TMZ used to be my favourite film – thanks
    http://www.andybeelfrps.co.uk

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    Thanks Andy! Those were the ‘good old days.’

    -c-

  3. Beautiful grain. Looking forward to Pinhole Day?

  4. Thanks Brendan – yes, indeed I am . Unfortunately I was not able to rope anybody els in town into participating. It coincides with our Annual Celebration of the Arts weekend, so there should be loads of things to photograph in town.
    http://cedarkeyartsfestival.com/

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