Here’s the partner tree mentioned in yesterday’s post. You can see that I went wider with it and increased the depth of field a bit. A few minutes later, the sun popped up, and the shoot ended. Pre-order your print today at MidnightOwl.Gallery! Eaves, […]
My adventures in 4×5 homemade pinhole photography continue, this time with Rollei APX 25 film. Exposure time was ~55 minutes. The collage photo used two continuous dish lights, as my LED lights’ batteries drained about 20 minutes into the second shot. I’m using a Jobo […]
I ordered the 0.5mm pinhole on EBay as well as the film back, but everything else was from scratch. I didn’t have a proper router table and hobbled one together from scrap wood. Some of my cuts weren’t perfect, although it seemed to get the job done.
The photo of the ghost pumpkin is a direct positive print on 4×5 Harman photo paper exposed for about 85 minutes.
Earlier this year, I unveiled my “Abandoned Americana” series, and No. 7 earned a spot in the “Voices of the Midwest” exhibit at the Fine Line Creative Arts Gallery in St. Charles, Ill. The exhibit runs now through Oct. 11. I also filmed a brief […]
During its heyday, Route 66 would at times be clogged with bumper-to-bumper traffic. It’s easy to understand why so many service stations line the road. What’s more difficult to imagine is that in 1937 a pedestrian tunnel was built in nearby Odell, Ill., to allow […]
Buckle up for my Route 66 mini-series! Over the next two weeks, I’ll post photos from a late-march trip along a portion of Historic Route 66. While this series runs, I’ll be working on the last series in this series: Industrial Heartland. Eaves, Chris (March […]
I’ve revised the name of this series, which previously was “Americana Still Life, No. #.” This image is part of my Americana Series coaster set, which is available for sale at MidnightOwl.Gallery.
- Eaves, Chris (Aug. 18, 2019). Americana, No. 6 [Photograph]. Gilberts, Ill. Shot on a Canon 6D at 30mm, 1/80 sec., f9 at ISO125.