Yeah, pretty dark days these days are. I can hardly bear to read the news. I decided to try to get some pinhole shots out while there was still some winter light. The one above was taken at the Teaneck Creek Conservancy. I managed to sit pretty still for two minutes, but lugging my cardboard cameras around in a sack loosens their joints, and this one seems to have a bad light leak.
I found myself in Manhattan in the morning, so I went to the Metropolitan for some interior shots. This one sort of worked, with a ten-minute exposure in the arms gallery, one of the few with large windows to the outdoors. While I was waiting, I had a nice chat with the guard, who happened to be interested in alternative photography.
Back at The Creek, a four-minute exposure.
And one of the more successful shots, done with a very small, very primitive repurposed hand lotion tin as pinhole camera.
And for those of you who insist on verisimilitude of a higher order…