Ra, ra! I got my image up on the World Pinhole Day 2010 website this morning.
I got mine up! Here
This year I used my gakken pinhole camera. Pretty fancy for me, I usually just use a popcorn can.
Aha! Indeed I see some good stuff has happened. As it happens, I was cruising the WPPD gallery earlier and that one of the tulips really snagged my attention, an unusual aspect ratio and a very nice color rendering. Didn't realize it was from an APUGer. I see they are up to 1777 photos already -- could be a big year. As someone with a bonsai interest, I'm attracted to that one from Poisson du Jour also.
It's odd, those galleries have been this way forever, but that "Participants (xxxx)" number is apparently the start of the last block of files loaded and not the last photo; so the number of photos up always exceeds that.
This was my sixth year and only two of the years have been free of rain or serious threat of rain -- seems unusual, but I guess one must shrug the shoulders and say "April showers bring May flowers."
Mine is here
I have a shutter mounted pinhole which I can mount on any of my cameras but it rained and blew constantly...Evan Clarke
On World Pinhole Photography Day, it rained all day. So, I was forced to find a subject indoors to photograph. Here it is, nothing really interesting, but what was available. I submitted this image and I am waiting for their review.
The interesting thing about this image, is that it took 9 HOURS to expose! A problem with reciprocity of the Tri-X 320 film I was using.
Wow, 9 hours! Putting the Day in Pinhole day for sure. Really nice, great sense of light. I think my house shakes too much for that to work for me.