Welcome to my photography blog! I'm a Sussex-based photographer who explores the art of image-making through Pinhole, film, and digital cameras. Join me on a journey through the captivating landscapes of Sussex and beyond. Alongside my photographic work, I'll share the inspirations that fuel my creativity. Let's embark on this visual adventure together, capturing the beauty of the world one frame at a time.
11 mile bike ride, 1 Zero Image pinhole camera and 5 sheets of Fomapan 100 film
The other week I headed out for the first time in a while, was excited to get back out with my cameras, however I was greeted with stacks of traffic jams everywhere. I managed to get to one location over at the Rottingdean windmill one of the photos can be seen HERE, but it was just traffic everywhere, so gave up and came home.
So, I had another bit of free time the other weekend and decided to avoid the car and take my bike, bit limited with how much gear I can carry on my back, so I just stuck with my 4x5 Zero Image pinhole camera and 3 film holders, which holds 6 sheets in total, however 1 had already been exposed. I used some GoPro clamps and mounts to hold the camera.
All exposures where around 2-3 seconds and the film was developed in Ilford Ilfosol 3
For these photo I tested out some of my GoPro mounts, as the pinhole camera is light, they worked well.
I used my GoPro display mount which comes holding the GoPro in the box, had this kicking around for years and never been sure what to do with it. works well, but needs a bit of weight to hold it still.
Also used my GoPro Jaws clamp which worked very well, this is a super strong clamp and holds very tight.
1) On the bypass bridge, Zero Image camera attached to GoPro display mount.