|Paper negatives of pinhole images|
A vintage piece of luggage and some leftover foam padding made a great case for Granny. I felt quite stylish toting it around.
|All tucked in!|
Here are my digital renderings of those paper negatives:
|The first one is always a little wonky.|
|I rushed this composition and left out my lil' balloon dog.|
|That's better. Hello, lil' balloon dog!|
|Seems I captured a ghost! Is this typer haunted?!|
Overall, I am happiest with two of the pinhole images. So, I framed them together and gave them as a gift to my brother for Christmas.
|Make and give gifts!|
The other two were made in a rush. (I was excited, ok?!) I'm learning that I need to slow down, take my time, and not get impatient with myself.I had a great time meeting some new people who had a variety of experience levels. Some were trying out this process for the first time. Nice to see a heathy interest in pinhole imagery, and darkroom work experience.