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35m pinhole camera. Orton Effect applied.

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Image Copyright Duncan Waldron © 2008
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sea, beach, sepia, monochrome, pinhole, sawtell

Comments

  • Denis Molodkin
    Denis Molodkinover 5 years ago

    Outstanding work

  • Thanks Dennis. As this is a family photo, I wasn’t going to upload here, but changed my mind tonight :)

    – Duncan Waldron

  • whittsatwoopi
    whittsatwoopiover 5 years ago

    Great stuff Duncan, excellent image.

  • Thanks Simon – I must say, it’s growing on me :) I think I was lucky with the clouds that day.

    – Duncan Waldron

  • amante
    amanteover 5 years ago

    This is a lovely shot.

  • Thanks amante :)

    – Duncan Waldron

  • David Amos
    David Amosover 5 years ago

    VERY dreamy, I love this shot, definitely a winning canvas shot.

  • Thanks David – I had wondered about that myself, but I’m not really a fan of photos on canvas

    – Duncan Waldron

  • Anthony Mancuso
    Anthony Mancusoover 5 years ago

    lovely work Duncan, great treatment

  • Thanks Anthony – appreciate the comment :)

    – Duncan Waldron

  • rosson1
    rosson1over 5 years ago

    this is amazing…well done and thanks for putting it out there

  • Thanks rosson1 – glad you like it :)

    – Duncan Waldron

  • Rachel Lilly
    Rachel Lillyover 5 years ago

    Absolutely beautiful :-)

  • Thanks for the compliment, Rachel :)

    – Duncan Waldron

  • © Karin  Taylor
    © Karin Taylorover 5 years ago

    exquisite work….

  • Many thanks Karen :) It didn’t seem “exquisite” when I first had the neg scanned, but the possibilities were definitely there, although it took me a while to get to this point.

    – Duncan Waldron

  • Normf
    Normfover 5 years ago

    This is amazing Duncan, Did you make the pin hole camera yourself. I realise it can be hard to get a good exposure using pinhiles. The Orton Effect is perfect for this kind of shot! I accidently srtatied using the Orton effect while experienting in Photoshop before I realised that this came about origonaly by putting two transparancies together (both over exposed , one in focus and one out of focus)! It’s a little ealier digitally though. Well done!

  • Thanks Norm. It was an old rangefinder camera that I decided to modify. Pinhole is good fun, but having to reload the camera every time you make an exposure is a bit of a hassle, so I wanted a camera that would take a full roll of film. Felt slightly uncomfortable hacking the lens off that camera, but at least It would still be a working camera!

    Getting the exposure right is fairly straightforward, as long as you know the aperture and focal distance, and have a meter (good old Weston III is still going strong!). Getting the framing right, and a decent picture at the end of the process… well, that’s another matter, and luck plays its part.

    Like you, I’d been mucking about with Orton-like effects for a while, before I found it had a name. I’d also used in-camera double exposure with one exposure defocused, a long time ago, but doubt I still have many worthwhile pics from that era.

    What you doing over Chrissie? We might yet meet over a lens and cuppa… BM me if you want to arrange something.

    – Duncan Waldron

  • Pamela Jayne Smith
    Pamela Jayne S...over 5 years ago

    wonderful image!

  • Thanks Pamela :)

    – Duncan Waldron

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