Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day: 26 May 2015 — My backup

I didn’t end up using the digital camera (Canon 60D) as much as I thought I would. Most of the shots with the Bell+Howell, I winged it.

The conversion was pretty straightforward — The metal pinhole from the cardboard camera from last year taped to a T-mount lens adapter for the Canon. I only used the needle to make sure the hole was clear and clean of cat hair.

The bits, minus the tape.  Lens adapter, pinhole, and plastic from a Fuji Polaroid film pack.

The bits, minus the tape. Lens adapter, pinhole, and plastic from a Fuji Polaroid film pack.

Fully assembled "lens".

Fully assembled “lens”.

Mounted and ready to roll.

Mounted and ready to roll.

My favorite shot from the Canon. I think the pinhole is larger than necessary so the kit will give something to a kid using the Ridley camera.

Cow skull at a museum on NM 64.

Cow skull at a museum on NM 64.