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Double Density Pinhole Photo (2)

As I promised before this is the sample photos of  “a bit sharper Double-Density-Pinhole

Images”, and those photos were taken by the Canon 5D Mk 3  and Nikon D800 camera.

Both of left images were taken by Tamuron 90 mm Macro Lens with

F-setting 2.5 (fully open)  2000th second.  ISO 100.

Top two were by Canon 5D Mk3 and the Pinhole image was taken ISO 1600

and AV setting  (0.8 sec with +1 1/3).

Bottom two were by Nikon D800  and the Pinhole image was taken ISO 6400 setting.

(Non-CPU-Lens setting  = Camera says F45.  1/2.5 second ).

—– By the way, I haven’t found why the Canon’s image (Top two) having Magenta and

Green cast.  Both Cameras were set to AWB (Auto White Balance) though, as cloud

moves, lighting condition was not exactly the same, therefore don’t make a conclusion

about the color contribution of each camera on those photos.

Above those 6 photos were taken by D800,  ISO 6400,  F-setting was F45 or F64,

Shutter time was  1 second ~ 1/4 second.  (with lots of Re-try  😀 )

On this time, Outer Pinhole was 1.2 mm and a smaller pinhole was made in the center

of Metal-coted film, and the  panel was mounted on Nikon Revers-Ring (hence, it

enables to use it in different focal length, with or without extension ring. 

And with [Nikon —> Canon Mount Adapter] the same can be used on Canon as well)  🙂

As Pinhole panel was fixed on a revers-ring,  it enable ( just 🙂 )to use ordinary Lens-hood

(Lens-hood is essential) = two photos above are the sample when hood was dropped and

direct sun light hit the pinhole, though some might like a photo with strong halation  😀

By the way, I cover the Camera etc, with lots of stickers to conceal Camera name,

Model name etc —– to make it looks cheap,  and my friend who actually possess D800

adopted the same attitude = It would discourage a mugger  😀

After dealt with a lots of Pinhole pictures —– ordinary photo looks rather fresh.

It looks not too bad too.   Ha ha ha  😀

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  1. love this said, on September 12, 2012 at 00:10

    This is funnily enough just the thing I’ve been searching for! Excellent and thankyou!

  2. […] to make yet another attempt of pinhole photo or double-exposure […]


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