This image is a combination of pinholes. An overlay of positive and negative images. The background image is the inside of a Gothic cathedral and printed as a negative. The ASA of the negative is 5ASA at about 25 minutes, taken with a semi-circular pinhole camera. The overlay image was taken in Japan – again low ASA negative but this time a 2 step image via a slide. A positive overlay with a negative using monochrome colors.
I think pinhole cameras have immense possibilities as long as you don’t try to replicate an SLR shot. We can experiment with various shapes as well the angle the light hits the negative. As the angle gets flatter, the image gets flatter – and i think the flatter images can be quite powerful. As we experiment with shape, angle, light, and ASA, we are less locked-in to 3D photo images.