My daughter Anna made a film pinhole camera for a school Design Technology project so we tried it out yesterday afternoon.
The first few photos didn't work at all which I expected as I knew it would take a bit of trial and error to get the exposure correct.
No prizes for composition but, even so, we were both really pleased with this photo.
Exposure details: 2 minutes exposure in clear bright mid-afternoon light.
Photographed on Ilford Multigrade Photo Paper cut to about 5" x 4" to fit the camera. Developed as a negative with Ilford chemicals in our kitchen utility room converted into a darkroom.
We then converted the negative into positive images using a contact print method but this degraded the image too much so I photographed the negative and inverted and mirrored it in Photoshop which gave a much better result with far more detail.