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    First Pinhole Shots!

    Ahead of WPPD on the 27th, I went an invested in a Rising Obscura Adapter for my Pentax 645. Pretty happy with the results!







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    Looking good!

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    Very nice. How did you determine exposure?

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    I used a Pentax Spotmeter V, metered against the darkest shadows I wanted detail in then under exposed by a stop. So with the last aperture value on the meter being f/128, and the pinhole f/180 I was good :P
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    Nicely done, you're all ready for April 27th!

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    I first tried pinhole on a workshop in 1999 and I was hooked-it gets addictive for sure!
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