Pinhole cameras employ a rather simple technique to produce such a beautiful result. Light passes through a tiny hole in the camera and projects an inverted image onto film paper to create the photograph. Pinhole cameras can be pretty basic: photography enthusiasts have used coffee cans and cardboard boxes to re-create the simple scene-capturing technology. But Elvis Halilović has turned the weekend DIY project into craft with his beautiful wooden Ondu Pinhole Cameras.
The 135 Pocket Pinhole is our favorite. It's a tiny camera with a focal length of 25 mm that takes 35 mm film. Get one by pledging $60 to Halilović's Kickstarter campaign, which, with 11 days to go, has already surpassed its goal . . . by $70,000.
A pledge comes complete with the camera, instructions, and exposure charts. Ondu offers many different types of cameras, including large-format pinhole and panoramic pinhole, that you can learn more about at ondu.si.