This is the St. Paul's UCC Chapel in Amity, Pennsylvania. It stands next to the much larger yellow brick church that serves the present congregation. The chapel was built sometime after 1917 when a fire ravaged an earlier Sunday school chapel building on the same spot. Many of the same bricks used in hte earlier school's construction were used to build the present chapel building.
I tried a little something different with the pinhole for this shot and took a sheet of Saran Wrap (clear, very thin plastic) and wiped it on some of the snow and ice piles that are covered with road salt in order to give it some dirty texture and grit then I draped that sheet over the front of the 4x5 wooden pinhole camera. I think I still need to play with the distance between the pinhole and the Saran Wrap to get the exact feel I was going for but it's a start. I burned the edges a bit in Lightroom to add some drama.
Camera: Home made 4x5 wooden and brass pinhole camera. 0.4mm diameter laser cut pinhole, 90mm focal length giving F225 aperture.
Film: Fuji Super HR-T 30 medium speed green sensitive X-Ray film. Purchased as 8x10" sheets and cut down to 4x5". Film rated at 100 ISO.
Exposure: 8 seconds.
Development: Self Developed film in Rodinal (Adox Adinol) 1:100 in three reel Paterson Universal Tank using Mod54 six sheet 4x5 insert. 7 1/2 minutes @ 20 degrees Celsius with minimal inversions. Kodak indicator stop bath. Ilford Rapid Fixer. Photo-Flo. Hung to dry.
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 in Lightroom 4.