What is pinhole Photography?
photography is a
very basic and different form of photography than you are used to. You
must think of the photograph you are creating not of the equipment. I
don't believe you can get a bad picture with a pinhole camera. The
exposure is not that critical. You are dealing in a different time
frame with this type of camera. The difference in a 10 to 25 second
exposure is approximately one f-stop and the difference in 25 and 60
seconds is again approximately one f-stop. Reciprocity factor is working
here in the films. In a regular camera and a modern high speed lens.
these times are equivalent to 1/125 sec. to 1/60 sec. and 1/60 sec. to
1/30 sec. (not much time difference). So if you are off on your times
somewhat, it probably won't show in the final photo. Every picture is a
time exposure. All motion will be a blur, even very slow motion. Fast
moving objects just don't show up in the film.
fun with a pinhole
camera and enjoy a different form of photography!