This is the start of an early morning study of the beach. The first post of this series was the Photo For November 7.
I just got my first Holga plastic camera. It is a pinhole (no lens), panoramic camera using medium format 120 film – for this post I used black and white film which I processed myself and scanned. If you don’t know what Holga cameras are, please Google them, or here is a Wikipedia link:
The second photograph was lots of fun, it is a multiple exposure, and with film you don’t know what you have until you develop it, living on the edge in the digital age.
Burnside’s Bridge from the other end.
Yes, it is catchup time…
This bridge is one of the most recognizable battlefield structures of the American Civil War. I wanted to do a little something different with it and a number of years ago photographed it through a pinhole. This is fun photography!