One more image taken with my pinhole 8×10″ large format camera. Its a 4 minutes exposure (I used the very helpful Pinole Assist app for my iPhone which does a splendid job of correctly calculating the exposure compensation for Ilford films).

I was lucky since there was no wind, and I got a quite sharp shot (for a pinhole camera, that is). Development was done using the taco method and once more I I used the R09 developer, which makes a very good development, and its also very cheap.

Since I recently started contact printing, I was really very careful during the whole process of development, drying, and properly storing my sheet of film. Every single mark or piece of dust will show up on the contact print, so that has really made me very cautious when handling a large 8×10″ sheet !!

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