At The Makerspace
Working with a pinhole camera was certainly a learning experience. I figured that I'd be right on the money by doubling my times since the suggested times were for 200 speed film and I was using 100. Out of 24 exposures (which I kick myself for not remembering the roll had 36 before rewinding) only about 12 had images and of those 12 only 10 are really worth anything visually.
This image was the best of the bunch. I am really proud of it considering how the rest of the roll turned out. But luckily I kept a log of all my times for this and will be tripling all times for the same film speed (or changing my film speed) I've even worked out a possible work around for the blur I get by opening the shutter and closing it in bright light.
Camera: Self made pinhole
Film: Kodak TMax 100
Developed w/ Adonal for 12 min, fixed for 5
PInhole .20 in Available light for 3 min at a distance of 1f