During autumn 2014 I built a few pinhole cameras to take on walks as part of a research project on perambulation. Because of long exposure times, pinhole photographs are not an obvious choice for documenting the act of walking. That’s probably why I enjoyed the project so much.
The photographs in this slide show were taken using a coffee-tin camera and a Chinese tea set box camera.
I combined several of the images to create a light-box that stands on an old wooden tripod.