I’ve just finished developing shots made with my Zero Image Pinhole during my stay at the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts in Amherst, Virginia. I was able to develop the negatives using the coffee and vitamin C mix, Caffenol C, but didn’t have a scanner. So these first looks at the negatives are worked up from digital shots on a light table–a way to keep up and running while on the road.
I used Fuji Acros 100 film and spot metered for the bright snow. The radiating slats are partial angles of a wood sculpture that sits out in the field, across from the art studios here. I shot them in late afternoon light and love the graphic effect but will see how they work up later in a scan.