A collection of pinhole photo's made by in house constructed pinhole cameras
The pinhole cameras are based on old analogue cameras. The lenses are taken off and a pinhole and shutter mechanism is installed. No camera is used twice: after every test film the camera is rebuilt into another one or a complete new camera is built. In the age of excessive control in digital photography, this way of making photos is very exiting: you never know what will be on your film and you have no clue what shutter time to take. The project started with single exposure wooden boxes and empty paint cans with duct tape. Later 120 film pinhole cameras were built to be able to make 12 exposures on color film.