the pinhole gallery (http://www.pinhole.org/) by Byron James Bignell. Byron's revised site features superb graphics which are visually pleasing and easy to navigate, offers an excellent gallery of pinhole work contributed by a number of photographers, plus useful information about pinhole photography.
PINHOLE VISIONS by Gregg D. Kemp (http://www.pinholevisions.org/) is an elegant site devoted to pinhole photography. Besides providing access to many types of useful information on pinhole photography, a gallery hosts contemporary exhibits of pinhole photographers' works while a links gallery connects with other exhibits on the World Wide Web. Follow this link to view an exhibit of pinhole camera photos made with cameras constructed from 35mm film cans: http://www.pinholevisions.org/exhibits/Woodruff/?nw=y. Another exhibit features photographs made with oatmeal-box pinhole cameras by Stew Woodruff: http://www.pinholevisions.org/exhibits/oatmeal/
PINHOLE RESOURCE PAGES by Richard Vallon (http://www.pinholeresource.com). Another good source of information to check out early on. The Pinhole Resource maintains an archive of pinhole photographs made by various artists, and a Pinhole Journal is published several times a year. The valuable Online Gallery presents pinhole works from the archives.
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