That’s one of the beauties of pinhole photography… and time too. Shoot something complex enough through a rudimentary pinhole made out of foamcore then wait near-enough to 10 years, and good luck trying to identify it later.
Back in 2006, I ran some pinhole photography tests as part of a project for the Art department at UIS. I recently came across the negatives and printed photos(!) produced during this project, and this is the story.
I posted this last week, as part of the Pro Scan vs. Home Scan challenge, but forgot to mention this… What are the bubbles about?
Since I recently started “scanning” my own film at home, I wondered what differences—if any—could be found between my home processing and professional scanning services I got a year or more ago from BWC. A hint is above…