Welcome to the Pinhole Project website and official archive.  All of the images on this website have been made within the last six years by a variety of pinhole enthusiasts. Each image is shot in a homemade metal tin and exposed outside for at least a week sometimes as long as a year or even two.  Enjoy the beautiful colors, the arc of the sun as it crosses the sky and idiosyncratic long exposure pinhole images of all types. Enjoy as well, the happy accidents all over the place. No idea why the image below has an area that looks like it is seen through a piece of plastic.  The images here have been placed on various gallery pages; use the search tab on this page to search the name of the pinhole photographer.  Bainbridge High School Students have done a lot of images but so have many other people from around the world. Be sure to check out the NEWS page: my blog on pinhole news of all kinds. To find your image, type any name into the search block on the home page and the image(s) by the person should appear.  They might not all be in the same folder. Good luck!  Happy to help. Go to the contact page and send us your questions.

 

Pinhole by Janet Neuhauser; Camera placed outside the GS8 Headquarters for two weeks in March 2019.

Pinhole by Janet Neuhauser; Camera placed outside the GS8 Headquarters for two weeks in March 2019.