First test shot with the pinhole 8×10 camera


This is my first photo taken with the 8×10 pinhole camera. Not much of an artistic photo but enough to check proper exposure and sheet development. The details are much nicer than my Holga WPC 120 pinhole, due to the larger film and probably the smaller pinhole.

I didn’t do any spot and scratch healing to show how the original looked like. You can see a couple marks of uneven development but they are pretty small and easy to correct. My exposure compensation for reciprocity was accurately, so in the future I will try some longer exposures. The image was scanned with an Epson V700 by just laying the sheet on the glass (no film holder).

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