Quote Originally Posted by Ottrdaemmerung View Post
If you hold your sheet of film vertically, and the notch(es) is at the upper right, then the emulsion is facing you. If horizontal, then lower right.
Thanks for the tip.

BetterSense - I'd much rather be using a slower film or a film with reciprocity failure rather than a fast normal acting film. The shutters on all my pinhole cameras are just a piece of electrical tape over the pinhole, so having exposure times of 10 seconds or more would be much more convenient than having exposure times of one second or less.