Some years back i made a very basic pinhole attachment from a camera body cap. Then last summer i decided to stick it onto my DSLR and try it out at home by doing some figure photography. The blog of which can be seen here
From this i decided to buy a cheap body cap for my DSLR, drill a hole in the middle, and then tape some foil over it and poke a pin through. The hole isn’t properly measured, but that doesn’t really matter as the point isn’t to get a perfectly focused image anyway.
On a particularly foggy day recently i decided to take the camera out with me when i walked the dog, and i thought it was a good time to try out the pinhole attachment outdoors, especially as the fog would give a very minimal look to the images, which i particularly like in the first example….
The second is from a similar position as a photo taken with a regular lens on another very foggy day a few weeks ago that can be seen in a blog here.
There’s a high level of noise in these photos as i set the ISO to it’s highest which enabled me to just get away with taking them handheld, which is something quite unusual for pinhole photography.