|All photos © Pinhole Cameras by Chris Keeney (Princeton Architectural Press)|
April 29 is Pinhole Photography Day. The old fashioned process is still used by many photographers around the world, and Princeton Architectural Press recently published Pinhole Cameras: A DIY Guide by Chris Keeney. The book presents in-depth instructions on how to build your own pinhole camera using a variety of materials, from shoe boxes to coffee cans. Pinhole enthusiasts are encouraged to upload the pinhole images they make on Sunday, April 29 to this website.
Above: Pink Pinto. Baja California, Mexico. PinHolga. Fugi Provia 100 F 35mm, slide film. 2-second exposure.
Inspire. San Diego, CA. MintyCam. Kodak Gold 200 ISO 35mm negative film. 1-second exposure.
The Flow of Life. Sierra Nevada Mountains, CA. Zero Image 6×9 pinhole. Fugi Provia 400X 120 mm slide film. 3-second exposure.
Toys. Chelsea, MA. Shoe Box. Ilford MG fiber paper negative. 9-14 minute exposure.
Materials for turning the Oatmeal can into a pinhole camera.
Spam pinhole camera