Today's project entry is another pinhole shot from Lockridge Furnace in Alburtis, Pennsylvania. This is one of the railroad sidings that has been converted to a walking trail through the park area. It was once used to haul the raw materials into the furnaces at the Lockridge Furnace complex. One of the rail carts is visible on the remaining section of track.
Camera: 4x5 large format wooden and brass pinhole camera. 0.4mm diameter laser cut pinhole, 90mm focal length giving F225 aperture.
Film: Arista EDU 100 Ultra 100 ISO B&W Negative Film (Re-branded Fomapan), shot at ISO 64.
Exposure: 10 seconds.
Development: Self Developed in Kodak Xtol 1+2 dilution in Paterson Universal Tank using the Taco Method. 13 minutes @ 20 degrees Celsius. Kodak indicator stop bath. Ilford Rapid Fixer. Photo-Flo rinse.
Scanning: Negative scanned with Epson V600 in two scans and merged back together in PhotoShop since the V600 doesn't natively support 4x5 scans in one pass. Cropped to desired size in Lightroom 4.