Always a beautiful, mysterious, unique, and sometimes frustrating project — pinhole photography has a look of its own.
For this project we built our own cameras from household objects. We then shot onto b&w, RC photo paper, scanned them on a flatbed scanner, and took them into Photoshop to edit. Later, we reprinted the images as digitally enlarged negatives that we could contact print back onto RC paper. The final images range in size from 4x4 inches to 8x10s.
Click HERE to see some of the results.