I realize I am incredibly late to the party posting about World Pinhole Photography day several weeks after the fact but I just now got around to developing the film I worked with that day. That is kind of the trouble when you decide to spend the day making pinhole photographs on 4x5 large format film instead of something easier like 35mm or medium format.
I decided to take a little journey to one of my favorite waterfalls in the pacific northwest. A nice little place on the Washington State side of the Columbia River Gorge called Falls Creek. It is aptly named considering at the end of the trail there is a gigantic waterfall. It's one of those kinds of waterfalls that is so big and loud that you practically have to yell at the person standing next to you in order for them to hear you. I'm not sure photographing it with a pinhole camera really did the size of it justice.
Regardless, I spent the day with my trusty Ilford Titan Pinhole Camera. I really have to commend Ilford for releasing this little product a few years back. It's a very simple design and makes working with large format negatives a bit of a breeze, at least in the field. I can throw it into a backpack and I hardly even notice it is there. Heck, my water bottle is heavier.
Exposure time was about two minutes on Fomapan 100 speed film. The tree cover was really thick and there were some clouds in the sky which made the overall scene slightly dark.