World Wide Pinhole Day is celebrated on the last day of April. Pinhole photographers from all over the world gather to make a pinhole photo with their cameras. Some cameras are home-made and others are manufactured from companies like Zero Image. Yesterday I posted some of my digital images from the day and now, before I head to Mt Hood for the week, I am sharing some of my pinhole images from the day.
Our day started at Sam Rogers Park in Lake Oswego….at 6:30 a.m. Early for some, but not me. I seem to be awake before 5 every morning. After about 90 minutes we moved on to breakfast. We always fit food into the day some way or another.
Then 5 of us kept going and traveled south to the Opal Creek Wilderness. Here are some of my film images of the area. I still have more to scan and edit, but they’ll have to wait for now.