Well I saw no comments and it looked awfully lonely. So I'll leave one. Did you see my comment on Digital Pinhole Cameras? Easy baby!! I'll have to come here more often. You did promise me some pie and a key lime martini. Have you gotten Lightroom 2.0 yet? Check out Julieanne Kost's web site, she has new videos for it.mike meyer
Mr. Meyer, good to see you in my tiny corner, thanks for taking the time, and I had not so I just jumped over to Jeff's site, always the idea man you are, let me go try that, how long for a exposure? I would think put it a f22 in camera with bulb--- hmmm 10 mins? = ) On Jeff's next non-worldwide photowalk we can buy some box's of 4x5 paper and leave them around the walk, ever clever am I, HAHA you bet Mike the first round is on me and I will even pick up you a hostess pie- flavor preference? Cherry I'll bet..
It was three seconds at ISO 125 shooting through some tinted glass at work. Interesting the metadata shows F 1.0. The hole in the cap was fairly big, maybe 1/32 inch. That's why I mentioned using foil. I like either the lemon or blueberry pie.mike meyer
have fun backing up your "stuff" and unpgrading to Lightroom 2.0.....maybe one day I will put it back on my computer and actually use it. :) I'm LOL here!you know that one day I will and i'm sure i will be saying.....oh mike was soooo right....but until then...oh BTW... another great version of of that waterway.
That is a big hole mike - drive a pie truck through it - I have not done pinhole since like 87-90, when I had access to Ft Myer's darkroom.Maybe some gaffers tape over the bigger hole and poke a tiny one in the tape. hehe
Jen you gotta come over to the dark side -- I am your Fadda --
Thanks for this link. I'll try it. Both the tutorial and the hole in the cap trick. I think I'll use a rubber band and aluminum foil over the lens and go from there.Thanks for the visit.Troy
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