Pinhole Photography

I have added a new gallery which will only be for pinhole photography. Photographs in this gallery will all be taken with a pinhole camera and on film. Currently my pinhole camera of choice is a Zero 2000 which is a lovely varnished teak box with brass nobs to wind the film on and a little piece of wood that slides away from the hole as the shutter. The film is 120 roll film and my current favourite being Ilford's Pan F 50 which is very slow but has very fine grain. This type of photography is very slow, without the instant feedback from a screen on the back of the camera and on viewfinder for when you are composing the picture and shutter speeds are measured out by a stopwatch, then waiting for the film to be developed.
I hope you enjoy these pictures as more are added