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With our one dry day since January I decided to take my new Wista  4×5 camera  out for a test run. I was testing several lenses, setting up the camera in one spot and not moving, so I could evaluate … Continue reading

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Glass plates, part 2

More from the glass plates my husband inherited and I scanned. When you consider the process of making glass plates you have to wonder how the photographer managed to get the photo of the dog jumping without it being a … Continue reading

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Pinhole Mayhem 2016

It’s been a few months since my Pinhole Mayhem group has managed an outing. I was traveling in England for 7 weeks and then when I came home we were busy with Christmas and then the weather turned. Each time … Continue reading

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Walking along the Willamette River

On a rare afternoon when the fog lifted I went for a walk along the Willamette River with several of my film cameras. I wanted to see the moving of the Sellwood bridge: I then walked along the west side … Continue reading

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My Titan 4×5

Two months ago I sent away for the new Harman Titan 4×5 pinhole camera. I didn’t know what to expect. It’s made of plastic. It’s an odd shape and it’s bulky. It came with a box of film and two … Continue reading

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Jumping into 4x5s

I bought my self a Harman Titan 4×5 pinhole camera. I’m still getting the hang of using it, but I love pinhole photography. I already use two Zero Image cameras: the 6×6 and the 6×9 models. I’ve been wanting to … Continue reading

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wet collodion printing

I’ve been learning how to make tin type prints with the wet collodion process. This process was invented in the 1850’s and it is enjoying a kind of revival now as more and more people are searching for ways to … Continue reading

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