I created a new pinhole camera out of an empty tin that contained hand cream. It has a very wide angle of capture with a focal length of only 1-inch, and an f-stop of 120. I placed it on a mini-tripod, set it on the ground, and let it rip in the low altitude fall sunshine. Still, it’s easy to get overexposed, even in just 10 seconds.
I like to see this first image as me going gothic. It has a creepy feel to it. I have to pre-cut the photo paper to fit into the camera, and it is hard to get out. I scratched it up a bit trying.
Just a ghost image of me in this one. I didn’t get in front of it long enough.