Red Mist

Today's pinhole shot was taken in June 2013 during a pinhole class I took with Zeb Andrews at Newspace. If you ever have a chance to take a class with Zeb Andrews I highly recommend it. He is a fantastic teacher. Some of the day was spent in a classroom where he went over technical aspects of pinhole photography, and then the rest of the day was spent on a photo walk around Portland with Pinholgas that were passed out in class. This is a photo of a couple of classmates watching ducks while a crowd of people passed by. 

Camera: Holga 120 PC
Film: Kodak Ekar 100
Pinhole: 0.25mm
Focal Length: 48mm
ISO: 100
Aperture: f192
Exposure: 5 seconds
Dev: C-41 Lab (Blue Moon Camera)
Scan: Blue Moon Camera