Pinhole Imagery

All pinhole imagery is made without benefit of any lenses. A light-tight container with an appropriate sized hole to let the light in (aperature), is used to view or expose an image photographically.

Pinhole exposures usually span considerable lengths of time.
For example, the center, top row image of the wood-fired kiln was exposed for an entire week!

Here are two links to help the novice or professional determine pinhole sizes and settings:

Mr. Pinhole

Stanford University / Pinhole

And this is THE site for all things pinhole!
Eric Renner and Nancy Spencer are THE pinhole gurus!

The Pinhole Resource

Camera Obscura Chapbook

This link will open a short slideshow of my chapbook,
"Camera Obscura, a Pinhole Sampler", in a new window.