Thursday, October 6, 2016

Matchbox pinhole fun

Yes, it's been awhile...

This one is from a little homemade matchbox pinhole camera that I keep in my truck and use randomly, which is kind of fun because by the time I got to the end of the roll, I had no idea what was on the beginning of it.

This shot, I believe, was made in Texas during one of my road trips back home.  I know it's not around here because the terrain is too flat!

The film was expired Agfa, (remember Agfa?) that a friend gave me several years ago.  I like the film. It renders well for pinhole work, but I don't like the curl it has because that makes it a bit more finicky to scan...
My favorite film to use in the matchbox pinhole is Delta 100, which I will be re-loading back in the matchbox cam soon!

I hope you are all doing well and enjoying some nice Fall weather.  The Aspens are golden in this part of the world! 


  1. Becky, you are about as dedicated a blogger as I am, but at least when you do post something it's well worth the wait. I like the framing on this little matchbox image. If only there were a tire swing hanging down from that branch! Thanks for sharing.

  2. Thanks James! I know, I'm just awful at updating. I have good intentions of being better at it, but alas, it is an elusive thing.... thanks for stopping by!