This is how I built my own pin hole camera with what I had lying around at home. With a thick, black sheet of craft paper I made bellows, an empty beer can became the pin hole lens, and then the box the curator provided me with became the camera housing. Luckily I had some very expired Ilford darkroom papers my uncle gave to me ages ago, and with some monobath chemicals from Cinestill I was ready to make images. This project had many trials and errors, everything from light leaks to gusts of wind almost trashing the whole build in a matter of seconds. With analogue photography you rarely achieve perfection, but in my view that’s what makes the process so much more intriguing.