Copy Paper Box Pinhole, and Night Sky Advice
My photo class is getting ready for World Pinhole Day and the idea was to do something from scratch using found materials and such...
I'm using a standard size copy paper box with a hole I poked my self with a pin.
I forget the actual size but our teacher mentioned its a pretty standard size needle for pinholes.
Its all sanded down and ready to go.
Here are my questions.
I'm going to be using Arista or Ilford RC for my exposures. I have some comps in mind already...
I'm thinking 4-5pm landscapes to try and grab those awesome shadows...
Do you think I'm looking 5-10 minutes in that kind of daylight?
If I wanted to leave a similar box in the middle of a field for like 6 hours do you think I could catch star trails at night?