Pinhole Photography with the Zero Image 2000

Pinhole photography, though one of the oldest forms out there, is a brand new "technology" to me. I have finally jumped in with both feet by getting my hands on a Zero Image 6x6 - and I blame Jon Wilkening for that. I've been admiring his postings out on Twitter and Instagram for quite some time, and after meeting and walking with him in NYC a couple weeks ago, I was certain I needed to give this a try. After many hours of YouTube on how to build my own pinhole, how to convert a camera to one and so forth, I decided to skip that work and get something nice to play with right away. My eye was immediately drawn to the Zero Image Pinhole line.

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On Learning Film Photography

Like riding a bike, relearning film is coming back quick, as if greeting an old friend for the first time in ages. As I promised earlier on, I plan to document what I learn as I return to the field of film photography to help those just getting back or starting to explore film for the first time. Since jumping to digital in 2008, I am pretty amazed at how much I need to remember, though. 

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