The last Sunday of April is Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day. And as the title says it, it is a day that is dedicated to the art of pinhole photography. The goal is to take a photograph with a pinhole camera (digital or analog) on that specific day, and just share this image with the world.
I had bought my pinhole lens more than a year ago but hadn’t really used it because of other projects. However, recently I started experimenting with it so I decided to participate in this event.
While I still need to learn and experiment more, I do like the end result of my first trials: