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Project Box Camera

As I have written before, I am in a group of about 25 taking part in the Project Box Camera. Each month I have been using a different box camera, shot a roll of film, and submitted it to the … Continue reading

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More pandemic pinhole

I continue to make a pinhole image each day during the pandemic of 2020. Most images are made in and around my home as except for some Saturday drives around Oregon’s backroads I have confined myself to home. I make … Continue reading

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June Project Box camera

For the month of June I chose the Brownie Special Six-16. This all metal camera was produced between 1938-1942, the war years. It uses 620 film which you can still buy online, but it’s really just 120 respelled onto 620 … Continue reading

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Project Box camera

Each month I choose a different box camera to make images for a group that I belong to on Facebook and Instagram: ProjectBoxCamera. For the month of May I used the Kodak Duaflex II camera and a roll of Kodak … Continue reading

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Time for hobbies

Just before I went into isolation due to the covid-19 virus all around us, I managed one last drive to Oysterville, Washington. My husband and I spend most weekends doing this activity and so this isolation has been a little … Continue reading

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Oxford architecture

I’m in the middle of choosing photos for contact printing. I plan to start with salt paper printing that Henry Fox Talbot of Lacock Abbey England invented in the 1840’s. His invention is what brought us to today and the … Continue reading

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I’ve got one word: plastics

Anyone who has watched the movie, The Graduate, knows those profound words spoken to Dustin Hoffman’s character. Who knew how right those words were. All these decades later when I travel to the Oregon coast I prefer to take some … Continue reading

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Holga doubles

I haven’t used my Holga 120 in awhile. I usually save it for the beach and rainy days because its plastic body is perfect for those conditions. I long ago gave up taking my digital camera out in those conditions. … Continue reading

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Titan 4×5 pinhole camera

I was in search of images made with my Titan 4×5 pinhole camera. I love this camera. It’s durable and it makes wonderful images. Looking back through my pinhole catalog I discovered these three images I made up around Mt … Continue reading

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Running on Empty

I’m working on a series of abandoned and repurposed gas stations. I’ve been editing them to make a digitally printed book. After that book is complete I plan to choose about 25 images and through contact printing I will make … Continue reading

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