Quote Originally Posted by David A. Goldfarb
That sounds interesting. How wide can you go with a pinhole? Theoretically as wide as you want, I suppose, but out of curiosity, how wide is practical? Could you make a usable photo with pinhole, say, 10mm or 15mm from the film on 4x5" or is the falloff too great to see anything in the corners?
The camera I made is a 37.5mm and that length works pretty well in terms of vignetting so long as conditions are moderately bright. I imagine at 10-15mm you won't be able to cover very much of the film plane. The real problem with the 37 is finding appropriate subjects. You need to be practically on top of what youre shooting to fill any significant amount of the frame . I'll scan a couple of images when i return from "upstate".