I had a surprise in my email from the contact link on this website this afternoon. Mike Walker, from Walker Cameras in North Wales in the United Kingdom, sent me the following message:
There is a German magazine called photoklassik, they are now doing it in English.
In the next issue, they are doing a pinhole feature, I hope you don't mind but I have put your name forward to them. If they contact you it will probably be a man called Marwan, he is the editor. I have only just found your work on Flicker, and I must say I love it.
Well done for making these beautiful images.
Regards Mike the maker of your pinhole camera.
Mike’s company makes my Harman Titan 3x5 pinhole (in addition to an 8x10 model), which is one of my most used photographic instruments since its purchase a couple of years ago. Other than calculating exposure, to include adjustment for reciprocity failure when doing very long exposures, using a pinhole frees one to interact with their subject on an intimate basis, without fiddling with F Stops and shutter speeds. No lens, just a F206 aperture and a field of view that is equivalent to about 20mm (ultra-wide angle) on a 35mm camera.