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A pinhole panoramic of a beautifully bowed and firmly rooted tree overhanging Laurel creek in Waterloo Park.

Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, May ’07

Taken with a Zero 612B in 6×12 cm format mode and using Fuji colour negative film. The negative was digitally scanned.

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

    NICE pinhole, so sharp for a pinhole Max.

  • Thanks! The Zero people take pains in using a precise pinhole tuned to the camera’s size. Its also a medium format neg which gives one a lot of resolution even after scanning it.

    – Max Buchheit

  • linda858100
    linda858100almost 6 years ago

    PERFECT

  • Glad you like it, Linda.

    – Max Buchheit

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