UPDATE: My square multiple exposure below took “Honorable Mention” at the juried art show and will advance to their next exhibit in June!!! I am pleased to announce that two of my pinhole works taken with my Zero Image 612B have been selected to show in the Huntington Arts Council 10th Annual Juried Photography Competition. Opening reception is Friday, April 26th from 6pm – 8pm and will run until June 3rd. If any of you are in the Long Island […]
Just wanted to post two new pieces of work that I have enjoyed working on and sharing with others. Long Island Trailer Park was shot with my Canon 5DII with the always annoying (yet always interesting) Holga pinhole lens cap. Ocean was shot with my beloved and favorite camera, the Zero Image 612B.
Categories: Digital Pinhole, Pinhole Film Works • Tags: digital, evan lavine, film, fujifilm acros neopan 100, holga, long island, ocean, photography, pinhole, pinhole photography, trailer park, zero image, zero image 612b
Usually I try to achieve this look by micro clicking in camera, advancing the film in incremental amounts and panning at the same time. However, this time, the film did it to itself. Maybe the roll was defective or wasn’t lined up right, but when pulled from the camera, it was crimped and torn. I wish every roll was like this 🙂 I think it makes a compelling series and really worked to my advantage. I hope you all […]
What a bad blogger I have been! With all the holiday madness, I haven’t even thought about updating Long Island Pinhole (Plus Some Digital Non Pinhole). Just as well, I don’t have much to say. So here are some photos I hope you will enjoy! Have a productive and healthy new year everyone and thanks for all the support in 2012! You are the best!
Categories: Pinhole Film Works • Tags: acros, art, babylon, black and white, film, fujifilm, long island, neopan, photography, pier, pinhole, pinhole photography, robert moses, south shore, zero image, zero image 612b
The last time I wrote, it was right during Hurricane Sandy. Since then, the Long Island landscape has forever changed. I sort of feel that I should be out there documenting it, but access to the beaches are limited, and gas around here, if you haven’t heard, is scarce. So driving around just to take photos is sort of not an option right now. What I do have for you all, though, is a photo of Captree State Park a […]
It is interesting to look at a photo during a hurricane, one of an early and sunny, warm fall day. Hurricane Sandy is going to hit not too long from now and while I have power, I wanted to write a bit. The sky is dark and the clouds are whipping by. Gale force winds are beating down upon the house with the threat of damage. Looking at this photo is in direct conflict with the mood of the day, […]
I often like to remix my own work. I think the last panoramic shot I offered lends itself quite well to a diptych. I will let you be the final judge, but I am quite happy with this offering. Let me know your thoughts if you wish, I would love to hear from you.
As mentioned, I have not been happy with my Canon and Holga lens combination. I just got my first roll of film back from the lab, http://www.oldschoolphotolab.com and am very pleased with what I see. (I must add that after lots of Internet research, I picked this lab because of their pricing, patience with me (still much to learn about film) and how easy they make it to send in your film. Plus their scanning services are the cheapest I […]
I most certainly don’t mean to set expectations and then change my approach. Well, this is not true, actually. Let me elaborate: When I started this blog, I was curious and limited in resource. Curious about the world of pinhole yet limited in the era of digital. This is why I opted in spending the last half of my summer walking around with a cheap Holga lens attached to my Canon. After a while and many snaps, it dawned on […]