Pinhole Camera Design, Photography, dimension variable
“A Pinhole Camera is a simple camera without a lens and with a single small aperture, effectively a light-proof box with a small hole in one side. Exposures can typically range from few seconds up to as much as several hours. The effect was noted in the 5th century BC in China and has been refined over the centuries”. (Wikipedia)
This fashion story was shot on a in-house designed 6x7cm format pinhole camera and every picture was exposed several seconds on an Ilford 400 ASA 120 roll film.
The camera itself was made from several machine-cut Forex layers installed on a Mamiya 120 Roll Film Magazine. The focal lens distance was set at 52mm (similar angle to a 26mm lens on a full-frame DSLR camera) with an aperture close to f.181.