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So, … I kind of built a camera

So, … I kind of built a camera

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.

I processed it with a 2520 Jobo and then did a sink rinse.
A mid-build shot on the makeshift router table.
The mostly followed plans.

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