Friday, January 3, 2014


Yes, it's been a while...
I've been pinholing, but with the holidays and all, I got a little behind posting, so here goes...
This one is " A Few Seconds of Solstice"  made with a 4 x 5 pinhole camera and some expired Fuji instant film on the first day of Winter.

I know that you're not supposed to aim your camera at the Sun, but since pinhole is lensless...what the heck.

I think this one turned out okay.  I like the flare and the funky color patterns it makes.

Happy New Year and hope 2014 in amazing!


  1. Sweet photo! It's like you can see a wider spectrum of light blasting out of the sun. Thanks for sharing.

  2. It's good to see more posts. Very nice photo. I have a technical question, what kind of instant back do you need to shoot Fuji instant film? And related, I suppose there are various kinds of Fuji film (ignoring the Instax integrated kind, which I'm already familiar with)?

  3. Great flare! I hope you keep pointing your camera at the sun :-)

    Happy new year!