Tag Archives: medium format

My little black camera

Forget about the ‘little black dress’. I walk around wearing my little black camera……my Holga 120. Sometimes I want to go light and easy. I want no fuss. So I load some Kodak Portra 400 in my little black plastic … Continue reading

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Box Camera Project

Each month I use a different box camera and then upload my photos to the Project Box Camera web site. For April I chose an Argus 75 and loaded it with Ilford delta 400 that had its spool sanded down … Continue reading

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February in Oysterville

For the first month of the Project Box Camera Project I used a Kodak Brownie Junior Six-Twenty, meaning it takes 620 film. I purchased my Ilford delta 400 film from Blue Moon Camera in Portland, Oregon. They shave down the … Continue reading

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Fog

We’ve been having some lovely foggy mornings lately. I try to get out and make some images on my Hasselblad whenever the fog settles in the wet lands near my home, on the river, and hides the top of the … Continue reading

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Pinhole in the neighborhood

It’s been an interesting few months with both a house update and a hubby in and out of surgeries. My photography has taken a back seat and I miss it so much. I finally got out for a walk in … Continue reading

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Cemetery pinhole

I don’t research my family history but I do enjoy visiting pioneer cemeteries. Normally I like living people appearing as ghostly creatures in my long exposure pinhole images but one day last week I visited Lone Fir Cemetery in SE … 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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Karen Burns workshop in pinhole

A couple of weekends ago I attended a Still Life/Food photography workshop taught by Karen Burns from Granite Bay, California.  It was so nice of her to bring her props, cameras and knowledge to the PNW. While I did take … 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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Rolleiflex

A, new to me, Rolleiflex got taken out for a trial run last week.  I’m used to the waist height viewer and the fact the image is backwards when viewed through the camera, but I am not used to using … Continue reading

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