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    Pinhole problems

    Hi,

    I have developed film from my pinhole today. Can you tell me what's wrong?
    http://monet.rajce.idnes.cz/Pinhole

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    Some light leaks, some camera movement. Nothing wrong with this one (nothing that's visible at this size, anyway). http://monet.rajce.idnes.cz/Pinhole#29080002.jpg

    Pictures look rather grainy. Is it 35mm? What film?

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    Looks like pinhole images to me. What kind of results are you looking to get? Is your camera home made?

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    So, some light leaks..yeah..it's possible
    Yes, it's 35mm. It's Fomapan 100 (maybe 200) And do you think, that the distance between ,,lens'' and film is ok?

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    Yes, it is, but I would like to reach something like this.
    http://www.pinhole.cz/cz/gallery/
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    http://www.pinhole.cz/cz/pinholecameras/l_053.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thumb View Post
    And do you think, that the distance between ,,lens'' and film is ok?
    could be, how did you calculate it?
    and for all your pinhole needs try MrPinhole

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    I did it by Pinhole designer

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    Those ones you linked to I would say are i) wider than yours (shorter distance between pinhole and film), ii) at least medium format, and iii) the black and white ones use a curved film plane.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thumb View Post
    I did it by Pinhole designer
    did you machine the pinhole yourself?
    looking at the links you posted they were probably super high quality holes, not using a pin by hand or something

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    I completely recommend Fuji Acros 100 for pinhole: excellent reciprocity characteristics, and very little grain.

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