Worldwide Pinhole Day Shenanigans

Last weekend I shot a roll of film in a Zero Image 6×9 pinhole camera to celebrate Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day. The images were shot on Kodak E100VS slide film that was cross-processed in C-41 chemistry. The first 3 images are from a trip to the bunkers on top of Conzelman Road in Marin. The little lady was off supporting the Bay Area Ridge Trail Council by hiking 30 miles, while I sauntered around making photos with a wooden box. Everyone’s got to have a hobby. The last image was made while strolling through Oakland on the way to our book club meeting the next day. This month’s selection was Florida Roadkill by Tim Dorsey. Before hitting the books and beers at Cato’s (they call us a drinking club with a reading problem), we stopped by Issues — a great little shop with a huge selection of magazines, and small but focused selection of books — a recommended visit if you’re in the Piedmont area.

2 thoughts on “Worldwide Pinhole Day Shenanigans”

  1. Nice job celebrating WWPD! Nice to see you taking that Zero Image out for a well composed and smoothly exposed walk! My fave is Turret, tricky shot that you handled nicely!

  2. I think I said nice too much. Please replace the first two with Sweet and Good!
    I guess I was caught up in a pinzone moment…

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