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It was late afternoon at a beach in Larnaca, and I was looking for something interesting to shoot with my newly made 18x24cm pinhole camera.
This was definitely not the best subject matter for it, but I thought why not; let’s give it a try.

So I made a couple of 8sec. exposures with the young guy balancing on his slackline. He seemed happy and at peace.

Happy new year!


150mm focal length
0.5mm pinhole
8sec. exposure

Agfa CP G+ (x-ray film) at 100asa.
Tray developed by inspection in Ilford MG 1+100 at 22C for 7min.

Scan from negative, finished in PS.

Guy Slacklining Between Two Palm Trees

Saying goodbye to 2015 with the first successful contact print from the new 18x24cm pinhole camera that I built.


150mm focal length
0.5mm pinhole
8sec. exposure

Agfa CP G+ (x-ray film) at 100asa.
Tray developed by inspection in Ilford MG 1+100 at 22C for 7min.

Scan from contact print on Ilford MG Warmtone RC Pearl.

The Olive Tree The Sun And The Bike

The Opera Holland Park, London.

[The next several posts will be from a trip we took to England last December.

The trip was mainly for the launch of our literary magazine MatchBook Stories issue 2.

During the trip, I took the opportunity to shoot some pictures with my handmade pinhole camera, fitted with a Horseman 6×7 roll film back.]

Pinhole London 2014 09

Late-late afternoon at Hackney Marsh, London.

[The next several posts will be from a trip we took to England last December.

The trip was mainly for the launch of our literary magazine MatchBook Stories issue 2.

During the trip, I took the opportunity to shoot some pictures with my handmade pinhole camera, fitted with a Horseman 6×7 roll film back.]

Pinhole London 2014 08

The river Lea, in Hackney, London.

[The next several posts will be from a trip we took to England last December.

The trip was mainly for the launch of our literary magazine MatchBook Stories issue 2.

During the trip, I took the opportunity to shoot some pictures with my handmade pinhole camera, fitted with a Horseman 6×7 roll film back.]

Pinhole London 2014 07

The artificial hill at Stave Hill Ecological Park, London.

[The next several posts will be from a trip we took to England last December.

The trip was mainly for the launch of our literary magazine MatchBook Stories issue 2.

During the trip, I took the opportunity to shoot some pictures with my handmade pinhole camera, fitted with a Horseman 6×7 roll film back.]

Pinhole London 2014 06

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