Kelly Angood’s Pinhole Hasselblad
|January 29, 2012||Posted by admin under Uncategorized|
For fans of corrugated cardboard and white glue, those who worship the ruler, the compass, scissors and the Exacto knife – get ready! A PDF file awaits you. Once you’ve assembled it, you’ll have the chance to hold a replica of a completely functional Hasselblad… a pinhole version! You’ll be able to insert a roll of ISO 200, 35-mm film at your leisure and enjoy freedom from focusing or settings while capturing the world.
You’ll need to ensure four to eight seconds of exposure under the sun’s rays, between 12 and 20 seconds if that brilliant star hides behind a cloud, or close to three minutes in the presence of incandescent light. You can expect to have a ton of fun taking photos. Not to mention the pride of showing off your work.
Instructional video for pinhole Hasselblad from Kelly Angood.
Pinhole Camera Kit
If you want a simple pinhole camera that uses standard black and white or color 35mm film this is for you! Making the camera takes patience, but the material is sturdy and lets in no extra light.Incoming search terms:
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