Born and raised in Elwood, Oregon and currently living just outside of Portland. I've been trying to focus on pinhole photography since 2012, shortly after deciding to abandon digital for film. I never anticipated falling in love with the format, but once I felt it slow me down, I was hooked.
About the gear:
- My primary pinhole camera is a Zero Image 2000 (www.zeroimage.com) handmade in Japan (that's my camera pictured above), which uses medium format film and has an aperture of f/138.
- I use a Minolta X-700 35mm SLR as my light meter.
- While I've shot on a few different films to varying results over the past few years, I now exclusively use Kodak Ektar and wouldn't trade it for anything.
- The great people at Citizens Photo just up the road in Portland develop my negatives (www.citizensphoto.com).
- I scan the negatives myself on an Epson V600 scanner and do any post-processing in Adobe Lightroom.
If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to send me an email through the form here.
As always, thank you for taking the time to visit.