Headed out this morning with my new ONDU Multi format MK2 Pinhole camera, set at 6x12 with some Ilford Delta 100 120film loaded.
At 6x12 it should give me 6 exposures, as this was the 1st time using this I decided to do 2 exposures for each composition.
I used the handy ONDU exposure chart to work out the recommended exposure, exposured 1 image using this and 2nd with the calculated reciprocity failure.
1st exposure was at Friston church, East Sussex.
I had a meter reading between 1/15 and 1/8 @f22 which acording to the ONDU chart should give me an exposure of around 10 seconds, 2nd exposure was with the calculated reciprocity failure which gave me an exposure of 30 seconds.
2nd Location was at the Belle Tout Lighthouse on Beachy Head
Light meter was between 1/30 and 1/8 @f22 which gave me a recommended exposure of 5 Seconds, 2nd exposure with the calculated reciprocity failure was 13 seconds
3rd location was at The Beachy Head Lighthouse
Light meter was between 1/30 and 1/8 @f22 which gave me a recommended exposure of 5 Seconds 2nd exposure with the calculated reciprocity failure was 13 seconds
Really looking forward to seeing the results from these, I normally send my film off to be developed but have recently purchased my own developing kit for B&W film and this film and another roll of Ilford DELTA 100 from my RB67 will be the 1st I develop myself, so if all calculations are correct and I don't mess up the development process, the results from these will be interesting.
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