If you are still shooting film and are still in love with the magic of pinhole cameras, I have no doubt that you are going to fall head over feet for this next tutorial. You could always buy a model, but nothing gets a good old-days thrill like building a pinhole camera yourself.
It shows how to build a panoramic pinhole. You see, one of the things with small pinholes is that the focus plane is not constant, the film is "closer" to the lens at the center and farthest at the edges.
The panoramic pinhole camera takes care of that issue, while providing stunning panoramic images.
The guide below, while very detailed is not a 100% step by step, it is more of a specific guidelines on how to build your own. Feel free to experiment with and adapt the design Click to continue ›