Originally Posted by John Bartley
(throws arms into the air)
We have an image !!!
EDIT AFTER SCANNING ::
This is it :
My first pinhole negative
focal length = 6"
pinhole = 0.030" in a brass shim 0.002" thick
paper negative = Ilford MGIVRC Perle
no metering (sorry )
exposure = 5 minutes in a scene which I would have guessed to be 1 second @ f/16 for FP4+
This is waaayyy overexposed eh? I tried another at 2 minutes and it looks much better - it's drying now, but I'm guessing that 1 minute might have been sufficient.
This is the second one ::
My second pinhole negative
Better, but still not right, too bright, but while I did play with the brightness in the first one (not more than I would have in a contact print though), I didn't do anything but a minimal sharpening in the second one.
Last edited by John Bartley; 02-05-2005 at 09:26 AM. Click to view previous post history.