Worldwide Pinhole Photography day: 25th April 2021

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:

This is the Sint-Gummarustoren (St. Gummarus Tower), which is a part of the Sint-Gummarus Kerk (St Gummarus Church) in the city of Lier (Belgium). It is one of the prides of the city. I used a digital camera with the Thingyfy Pinhole Pro Multi aperture Lens. Because it was a very sunny day on the 25th of April, the exposer time was 13sec and the pinhole itself was only 0,1mm in diameter


Nathalie a.k.a. Sevenorora is a Fine Art Photography student and a "Cinema & Visual Culture Dork", living in Lier, Belgium.

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