I've been shooting wet plate collodion images on tin and glass for 8 months, since my workshop at Maine Media Workshops ... and thought it would be a nice balance to do a bit of film processing since being so wrapped up in the collodion process. I am about 10 rolls into processing (roughly 20 total, so far) and noticed a few pinhole frames I shot during my time at the workshop. We were on-location under the bridge at the Rockport, Maine marina. It was only our second on-location shoot and were testing what it is like to be away from the darkroom ... relying only on an ice fishing tent and/or a portable wooden darkbox as our darkroom for the day.
Interested by the movement of a gallery crowd, I sat my pinhole camera on the only surface I could find at the front of the space ... the DJ table. Unsure whether the music vibrations would affect the outcome, I exposed these shots from 6 minutes up to 8 minutes as the late evening sunlight coming into the space was failing. These pinhole images were taken at IAO Gallery, OKC, Oklahoma, at the opening reception for the 24 Works On Paper exhibit during the Summer of 2013. One of my monoprints is currently in this statewide traveling exhibit, which will continue to travel to eleven galleries in Oklahoma through January 2015.
To find more info on the 24 Works On Paper exhibit, please visit OVAC's website at www.ovac-ok.org .........