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Discussion in 'Pinhole Photography' started by trojak666, Dec 18, 2008.

  1. trojak666

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    31 view and nothing? come on people!!!!
     
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    click on it

    could you give some more details?
    how to use a pinhole plate?
    how to use hypertext links?
    dunno...
     
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    First do some research to understand pinhole photography, then ask a specific question that points to what you don't understand. I guarantee you'll get a response.
     
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    Sorry, I was one of the 31 views, and I do mess about with pinhole photography, but it wasn't clear to me what you were asking about. I would guess the linked picture is a commercially available pinhole plate -- but neither it nor you say ....

    DaveT
     
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    ok, my fault Guys, what i meant is how to use this pinhole exposure scale to get right exposures:smile:
     
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    Get yourself a light meter that reads out in EV, or use an in camera meter to get f/stop and shutter speed. That will translate into EV on the scale. Then read around until you find the pinhole's f number for the exposure time. It's too easy.
     
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    Finally i took light meter and understood it hehe,thanks
     
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    I'll have to print that as an auxillary exposure device, my primary looks like this:
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