yeah I'm a dork, where some people throw cubic money at equipment I've always been more interested in the process and results than how fancy the camera is. I'm not concerned with a technically perfect picture.
guess that's why I've always wanted to try shooting with a pinhole camera. The problem is, lack of a darkroom is a giant hurdle which is why I never have.
Then I see Visionaries and Voices is hosting a Pinhole Camera Workshop. Nothing but a can with a hole poked in it, some film and hunk of tape. That some intuition and heap of luck and you never know just what you'll end up with.
We had 3 failures before we hit the timing right then wow did everyone capture some cool stuff. I can't even explain what its like to see an image appear as the paper develops. To shorten the process we used photo paper instead of film.
3 blurry city scapes