Here is a second pinhole landscape for this assignment. Made with the same camera and film as the previous landscape (= post #31 above) on an other day during my holiday week with even more overcast weather (at about noon). This one is made from the shore of the lake - handheld exposure for 40 seconds.
I like to make handheld images with this camera. It is an old Gevabox camera - the square model:
I took (= broke) out the the black focusing ring and the glass lens element and put in a pinhole on the inside of the body.
It makes 6x9 cm negatives on 120 roll film with a nice focal length. And because of its size & model it is easy to make handheld longtime exposures.
Sometimes with a nice blur effect, sometimes uncanny sharp. I love pinhole photography.
For other handheld examples (from Worldwide Pinhole Photography day 2013 - WPPD), see: http://thetoadmen.blogspot.nl/2013/0...-wppd2013.html (not intended as submission for this assignment, but just for fun and promoting pinholing).
(BTW: Martin said: "please post your entries (one or multiple okay)" but if I post too much in this assignment please let me know. I'm just excited that this assignment made me make some real images again.)