There is tendency when post processing pinhole camera exposures to over-work things in Photoshop or Lightroom, as the negatives prior to post-processing lack detail (at least to my taste). Once you work with a few rolls and translate the vision you had when making the exposure to a final image, you develop a fairly consistent workflow routine that will keep you pleased. If you are looking for the razor sharpness of a Carl Zeiss lens, then pinhole work will just frustrate you, or result in such over-sharpening that the final images lack all sense of the initial seeing. With shorter days, this time of the year, using either the Zero Image 6x9 or 4x5 Harman Pinhole, with 400 ASA film, exposures can run as long as 20 minutes or more. As I had morning light, this image was a shorter 55 seconds in duration, making both the lake and sky a creamy presentation.
“Love ENDURES and works out ways of enduring the other stuff.”
― Jay Woodman