I’ve been playing around with some ISO 200 B&W film in my Pincraft pinhole camera and here are a few photographs I’ve taken. Apart from the shot of the London skyline, these shots were taken inside after sunset.
So this is the final form of my Pincraft Photography pinhole camera. It’s certainly a case of form following function. I’ve kept the graphical side of things to a minimum in the attempt to encourage the user to add their own artwork, be it that of a child or an artist.
This flat packed, easy-to-assemble, zero waste, fully functioning and pretty-darn-good-quality-pinhole-camera shoots 12 shots on to black & white 120 film. The service concept behind the project is to provide a full service in which the film unit not only houses and exposes the film, but also provides the packaging solution to return the film for development.
As promised, and a little late I know, my apologies… Some pinhole photographs from Proto 2! (Ticker tape, klaxon horns, ‘splosions!!!) These were shot on Fomapan 120 ISO 400. I developed them at home and photographed them using my smartphone, ran them through Photoshop and inverted the image, BOOM. I’m sure they could be clearer but I did the best with whats I gats.