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Rick Scheibner
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Husband, Dad, School Counselor. Oh, and I have this camera that takes really nice pictures.
Husband, Dad, School Counselor. Oh, and I have this camera that takes really nice pictures.

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Boardman Trees, Final Visit
Mamiya C330, Ilford PanF+ in Rodinal. Ilford PanF+, 35mm format, in Rodinal

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Refining pinhole
Motion blur is a funny thing. Too much--which is what happened on these images--and your subject disappears in a mist. Not enough and it just looks like unintentional blur. In either case you lose the effect you're going for.  When you're locked in to an IS...

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2017 Directions
A few thoughts for the new year, some of which are somewhat random: I have intentionally reduced the amount of portrait photography I do over this past year. Once I'm done with this current group of seniors, I just might cut it out completely altogether. So...

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+Steve Mills Would this entice you to shoot film again? 

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Getting the Foreground
I shot these before I read Zeb Andrews' excellent blog post You've been foreshortened , but it's good to see the element of the foreground somewhat under control in my work. Shooting pinhole photography is really helping me see in a new and different way. A...

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Five Best Film Images of 2016
2016 has been a year of rediscovering my vision through film. As frustrated as I was at times, I still need to celebrate what went right, and what most closely met that vision. I went back and looked at a few of my favorites from the past year. Here they ar...

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Stuff Happens
I guess it had to happen eventually with this thing. Forgot to advance the roll one frame. Left the shutter open during a transition. Overexposed most of the images. Misthreaded the reel, leaving some spots where the film was touching during development. St...

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A Very Pinhole Christmas
We had a much more festive Christmas Day than these pinhole images might suggest. That said, I did like some of the anamolies and general weirdness that this thing created. A few more notes: Tri-x and Rodinal aren't good friends. Stand developed, anyway. Th...

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Cinema 50 + Winter
For subtle yet realistic colors, it's difficult not to recommend Cinestill spooled for 35mm camera use. If you're not aware, it is essentially Kodak Vision 3 cinema film with the remjet layer removed. The problem is, you pay for that privilege. At over $11 ...

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Summer rewind: Kodak Ektar
As we begin to finish up 2016 (thank God) I realize there were a lot of film images that didn't make it onto this blog. Specifically, some summer time photos taken in the Corvallis area got left behind. These were taken on Ektar 100, and self developed:
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