Pinhole Fence Post

14x17 contact print using VDB emulsion on a3 cheap water colour paper. 14x17 home made pinhole camera, xray film in pyrohd.

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Pinhole Fence Post
awty, Jan 9, 2019
Rothwell wet lands, or maybe drylands, seems to of dried up quite a bit since last I was there. Fence is around 100 yeras old and all that remains of rural pioneers as the urban squall goobles it up.
Equipment Used:
home made pinhole
f350 4 mins
Film & Developer:
fuji xray in pyrocat hd
Paper & Developer:
a3 paper with vandyke brown emulsion and some selenium.
Lens Filter:
Hybrid Materials & Processing:
damn stupid digital camera picture of print
    • Eric Rose
      Hey I love your digital photograph!
    • DWThomas
      Very painterly!


      (Trust me -- smart digital cameras are scary.)
    • bsdunek
      Wonderful tones and texture. Well composed. Iw would look good on a wall in a prominent place.
    • mfohl
      Nice! You closed off the right side with that tree.
    • awty
      @Eric Rose Ha, better find my old battery charger, havent used it for so long, forgot where it is.
    • awty
      @DWThomas @bsdunek @mfohl Thanks, lot of fun working with big negatives, wanted to burn in a bit of a vignette so I scrunched up my t shirt and held it in the middle for a couple of minutes while the contact print was cooking in the sun.
    • rknewcomb
      This has a very nice feeling to see. I could get up most mornings and be happy to see this one.
    • awty
      @rknewcomb thanks but the mosquitoes would of drained you of any blood by morning.
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