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    Today is the day!

    Guess all the pinheads are out pinholing. If not, get after it. <[B^) Bill Barber

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    Pin there. Holed that.
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    I went out to the nearby cemetary this afternoon. While I was there a thunder storm rolled past nearby and when it started to rain I wasn't sure whether to shelter under one of the trees or stand in the open with a metal tripod and umberella . There was further excitement when I went to leave as I assisted in apprehending a (alleged) purse snatching scumbag. So, even if the photos don't come out it was a memorable afternoon. Will be developing them tomorrow night and will post anything printable in the gallery.

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    I shot 2 rolls of HP5 in 6X9 format in a Zero Image 2000. They will get souped tomorrow. It was a good day. Bill Barber

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    I shot a roll of Portra 160 NC and a roll of Acros 100 in a series of views around a nearby rail station and tracks. The camera was my SQ-Hole, Rev 2.1 visible at the link with the results. The weather was too dismal to waste the petrol to go off on a major trek. This is now three of the last four WPPD events that were drippy or threatening weather 'round these parts.

    Scanned negs from the Acros are here; I shall hopefully submit the Portra for processing tomorrow -- have never shot 120 color negative film, so don't know what I'll run into (or get back). I shot exposures in pairs about a stop apart in hopes of getting something. The Acros was fairly successful, either of the pairs look like they would print OK, so I have hope for the color shots.

    More Real Soon Now(tm).

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    I pulled out my PinHolga yesterday and finished a roll.
    It was the first WPHPD in a few years that I had good light to shoot in.
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    Did mine on my FrankaNofix with GP3 on Kentmere

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    I shot the last of my Polaroid Type 59 sheets with my DayLab 4x5 Pinhole. Will scan and upload to the WPPD website soon.

    Regards, Art.
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    Finally got the time to develop the sheet film last night, so here is the submission:
    http://www.pinholeday.org/gallery/20...ex.php?id=1929



 

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