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Small worlds

Small worlds

When I brought my anamorphic pinhole to Hawaii I had an idea of shooting the Pacific Ocean and creating small worlds. Since the anamorph bends horizontal lines, I thought it would be a fun project. Unfortunately the camera has a faint light leak at the top and most of my rolls have a faint red … Continue reading

Sunset at Kakaako

Sunset at Kakaako

I’m starting to see scan lines once again so I’ll need to clean then rescan my initial rolls which Citizen’s Photo shipped back to me this week. Meanwhile here’s one of the (few) successful anamorphic sunset shots taken at Kaka’ako Park.

Light leaks and learning curves

Light leaks and learning curves

As many of you know I’ve been shooting almost exclusively with my Vermeer anamorphic pinhole and enjoyed a productive two weeks in Hawaii for the holidays. I shot 21 rolls of Kodak Ektar and Portra 400 and 5 rolls in my ONDU 35mm pocket pinhole. I hadn’t shot many C-41 rolls in the anamorph before … Continue reading

Holiday Carousel

Holiday Carousel

During the holiday season I like to I head out to Westlake Center in downtown Seattle to shoot the festive carousel. Cheers!

Washington, D.C. with my ONDU pinhole camera

Washington, D.C. with my ONDU pinhole camera

I’m not usually a fan of 35mm film. It’s smaller and much grainier than my usual 120 or 4×5 sheet films. I prefer shooting 120 in my Zero Image 6×9 which gives me eight exposures, just enough to thoughtfully capture the scenes from my day. Shooting four sheets of 4×5 is a productive afternoon so … Continue reading