The Morning After, No. 3
Location: Waterloo Park, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
Date: December, 2007

A pinhole camera study of a barren tree covered with fresh snow from the previous night’s storm. Taken with the Zero612B pinhole camera and Fuji print film rated at 100ASA, and an exposure of 1 sec. at f158. Negative format size is 6cm by 12 cm. Effective focal length is 40mm (medium format).

Max is a semi-retired 60+ boomer science guy, currently living in Ottawa, Canada’s capital. Growing up with photography and art in his family, he was self-taught ever since he developed his own films at the age of 13. “I do it for the sheer joy of creating an image regardless of whether it pleases, stuns or provokes”, he says. He likes to experiment and is currently exploring pinhole, Infra-red, panoramic, and high dynamic range photography.

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Comments

  • David Amos
    David Amosalmost 6 years ago

    Great shot, these are very well built cameras too.

  • Max Buchheit
    Max Buchheitalmost 6 years ago

    Thanks.

    Yes, I think the Zero people have taken pains to use the optimum pinhole aperture. Its very sharp as a result.

  • DavidIori
    DavidIoriabout 5 years ago

    Stunning work with a pinhole camera!

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