1. Photo by Alec Eagon
    Made with a Hasselblad 500C
    Exposed on Kodak Portra 800

    Scanned and post-processed by Blue Moon Camera

     

  2. Family portrait of Sing Chen Chang
    Photographer & camera unknown
    Made circa 1949

    Scanned and post-processed by Blue Moon Camera

     

  3. Photo by Sarah McIntyre
    Made with a Hasselblad 500 c/m
    Exposed on Kodak Tri-X

    Scanned and post-processed by Blue Moon Camera

     

  4. Photo by Allison Webber
    Made with a Hasselblad 500 c/m
    Exposed on Kodak Tri-X

    Scanned and post-processed by Blue Moon Camera

     

  5. Photo by Peter Carlson
    Made with a Hasselblad 500 C/M
    Exposed on Fuji Pro-400H

     

  6. Photo by Sarah Taft
    Made with a Rolleiflex 3.5 
    Exposed on Fuji Reala

    Scanned and post-processed by Blue Moon Camera

     

  7. Photo by William Harper
    Made with a Mamiya 6
    Exposed on Lomography Purplechrome

     

  8. Photo by Michael Gardner
    Made with a Nikon F2
    Exposed on Portra VC160

     

  9. Photo by Jack DeAngelis
    Made with a Fuji 670 III
    Exposed on Ektar 100

    Scanned by Blue Moon Camera

     

  10. Photo by Evie McShane
    Made with a Minolta 101 SRT
    Exposed on Kodak Tri-X
    Model : Aja Wald
    Make up and hair by Monica Ninh

    Scanned and post-processed by Blue Moon Camera

     

  11. Photo by Zeb Andrews
    Made with a Pentax 67 
    Exposed on Kodak Ektar 100 

    Scanned and post-processed by Zeb Andrews at Blue Moon Camera

     

  12. Photo by Michael Kaster
    Made with a Hasselblad 500c
    Exposed on Kodak Portra 400 

    Scanned and developed by Blue Moon Camera

     

  13. Another beautiful image made during Zeb Andrews’ pinhole class.


    Photo by Jim Silvers
    Made with a Holga WPC Pinhole
    Exposed on Kodak Ektar 100 
    Scanned and post-processed by Blue Moon Camera

     

  14. Recently, Blue Moon Camera and Machine partnered with Newspace Center for Photography to organize a class on pinhole photography, taught by Zeb Andrews.  Participants in the class spent an afternoon exploring downtown Portland making film-based pinhole images aplenty.  At the end of the day they even got to keep the Holga WPCs they were using during the class.  As is common with any new process, there were mistakes made - but as is common with mistakes, some of them were quite serendipitously beautiful, as this image demonstrates.


    Photo by Lincoln Westdal
    Made with a Holga WPC Pinhole
    Exposed on Kodak Ektar 100 
    Scanned and post-processed by Blue Moon Camera

     

  15. Photo by Mark Hadley
    Made with a Holga Stereo 120 
    Exposed on Kodak Tri-X

    Scanned and post-processed at Blue Moon Camera