Engineering Works

Alan9940

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+1, but please stop posting all this great pinhole work you do with the Zero45 because it's really scratching my GAS gene! ;)
 

martin henson

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OK, no more lol, however I am on with a video for my YouTube channel, all photographed with the 45 pinhole, I will post a link here when its uploaded
 

David M

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That turns pinhole's alleged weaknesses into strengths. Excellent. It looks as though you had no problems with development.
 

Ian Grant

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Interesting video Martin, thanks. I'll second the importance of Projects something I've advocated and used for over 30 years.

Ian
 

Alan9940

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I really enjoyed that video, Martin, and always enjoy your pinhole photography. I have a MF pinhole camera and have been thinking about the Zero45 for quite awhile. But, I can't honestly say that I've ever made an image here in the desert that I'm satisfied with; perhaps the stuff I have to photograph just doesn't meld well with pinhole style. Or, it's me! ;)
 

Bill Martindale

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Enjoyed the video immensely as usual. You seem to get a lot better images from your 4 x 5 than I ever do with my Zero MF camera.
 

Cospinol

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Lovely work Martin. I like this kind of enchanted mood with the ivy covering the building and crawling up the chimney.
 

David M

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What I like best is reporting the mistakes. It's very encouraging to discover that I'm not alone. I like the successes too, of course.
 

Alan9940

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What I like best is reporting the mistakes. It's very encouraging to discover that I'm not alone. I like the successes too, of course.
No, sir, you are not alone! ;) For fact, the most important tool in my darkroom is the trash can!
 
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