I’ll start by posting a few digital images of my camera. It is a Zero Image 6X6. I like it for the ability to attach a remote shutter cable. On the back is a small disc that converts a metered reading to my pinhole size of F138. When I use it the results seem accurate in terms of pinhole accuracy anyway. It was a week of great fun with this simple box. It feels good to untether from gear and simplify.
I shot on three different days. The first day was in Providence, first a few shots of some chairs in a sunflower garden at noon, then some shots at dusk. These were shot with Kodak Ektar. The daytime exposures were a couple of seconds. For the double exposure I did one Mississippi apiece.
On the way to work I snapped a few shots of an overgrown game shop, it seemed fitting for the pinhole. Then I took a few shots while my wife and I enjoyed the beach across the street from my house. The phenomenon of brilliant colored streaks of light appeared in a few images. This is Kodak Portra. The exposure times were very short, one or two Mississippis. It is all pretty simple. Plop the box on the tripod, take a reading, frame things up as best I can, then pray.
And I closed things out with black and white. Because of the problem of short exposure times I used PanF50. I ended up with a mirrored double exposure and have no idea how I did it.