As digital photography keeps getting better and better, with so many great smartphone apps and amazing quality cameras, it’s tough to think about using film. It may be even harder to think about taking pinhole photographs. Maybe, that’s why I missed Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day again this year, probably, like most people.
It is an event held on the last Sunday of April that makes me think about getting back to my photography roots. The basics: film, a box, and a tiny pinhole, almost like my very first Kodak Brownie camera. But for most us, the idea of buying, shooting and processing film is just too much work. I guess this includes me — it all sounds great, but it does take time to re-create the old-school film photography days.
For those who want to re-create the past, there are plenty of choices. You can build your own…
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