St Abbs pinholes

My last post described the side project of my trip to St Abbs and Eyemouth, in the Scottish borders – shooting some decades-old 35mm Ilford FP4 I got inside a bulk loader. The original idea was to shoot some Ilford Pan F+ in an RSS 6x6F pinhole camera. Here are the results of that roll.

I’m unsure about continuing with Pan F+ in my pinhole cameras – in these shots I seem to have lost most of the detail in the sky and the lower contrast of FP4+ might serve me better. One of my reasons for buying some Pan F+ was to keep the shutter speeds long enough in sunny weather, but I’ve got an ND filter for that purpose now.

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