Shooting the P6*6 pinhole in the Japanese Garden / by Jana Uyeda

Todd Schlemmer, creator of the P6*6 3D printed pinhole camera which I've written about earlier, is also the organizer of a local pinhole meetup group in Seattle. Todd hosts regular photo strolls and it's a pleasure to have the opportunity to connect with him and other passionate pinhole photographers. If you're in the Seattle area be sure to check out the Seattle Camera Obscura Photography EnthusiastS

If you're curious about 3D printed cameras you can buy Todd's full P6*6 kit on Etsy or at this Tindie shop. You can also download the P6*6 instructions at Thingiverse

I bring up the Meetup because I attended a recent gathering and had 6 frames left in a roll of Kodak Portra 160 so I headed to the Japanese Gardens the next day. My go-to medium format C-41 film is usually Kodak Ektar but recently I've been feeling the red tones are too intense so I'm experimenting with Kodak Portra 160. I like the results so far.