HandMade Photographic Images
Pages by George L. Smyth containing articles from various spheres of alternative photography and also the interesting project The Internet Photographic Handmade Postcard Trading List.
Magic Mirror of Life: An Appreciation of the Camera Obscura*
Pages by Jack and Beverly Wilgus offers an introduction to the camera obscura and serves as a guide to camera obscura rooms still in use today.
Nick Dvoracek Pinhole Photography
You'll find instructions for making a pinhole camera out of cardboard, a teacher's guide on pinhole photography and other information on Nick Dvoracek's web pages. Several articles about pinhole cameras from the late 19th and early 20th centuries are also available for downloading.
Oatmeal Box Pinhole Photography*
Detailed instructions on how to make a pinhole camera from an oatmeal box by Stewart Lewis Woodruff.
Photography Without Lenses
Technical information, instructions and calculations by Chris Patton. Special techniques in pinhole photography – zone plate, multi-hole etc.
Pinhole Camera Design Center
An on-line programme for various calculations involving pinhole cameras, created by Larry Fratkin.
The Pinhole Gallery
A gallery of photographs taken with pinhole cameras, current selection by over 300 photographers.
Pinhole Photography – History, Images, Cameras, Formulas*
Apart from texts on other interesting photographic themes, Jon Grepstad's pages also contain a detailed article on pinhole photography with a number of illustrations, photographs and drawings.
Pinhole Resource is a non-profit organisation founded in 1984 by Eric Renner whose aim is to process an archive of photographs taken with pinhole cameras.
Popular Woodworking Magazine – Pinhole Camera
Instructions on how to make a wooden pinhole camera using 4 x 5-inch film-holders, published in the magazine Popular Woodworking. Accompanied by a drawing in Adobe PDF format.
Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day (WPPD)*
The Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day is an event organised in support and celebration of pinhole photography. Photographs from all over the world taken on this day using pinhole cameras are then shown on the project's Internet pages. It was launched in 2001 and is held every year on the last Sunday in April, so the next WPPD will fall on 28 April 2013.