I decided to try a couple of rolls of velvia through little zero image pinhole. Being fully aware of how carefully it needs to be exposed and how dodgy and imprecise my whole pinhole process is, I was not very hopeful about the results but decided to be adventurous anyway. I pretty much got what I expected - several overexposed images, some not too bad ones and then there's this.
One little frame of mauvish magic that will tempt me to put another roll in, even if it seems like an expensive and not all that productive exercise (this and the fun of looking at the developed film on the light box - haven't done that for a while and it really is such a wonderful thing, AND the images look so beautiful on a light box compared to scanned into a computer!!)
This was in changing light as the sun came up and clouds moved all around so it's even more miraculous that anything came out...
12 - 13 minutes of complete guess work.
map project P14