Pinhole photography has been very important in my development as a photographer. It has pushed me to go beyond previous boundaries and considerably deepened my understanding of photography. To make a pinhole photograph, light passes through a very small aperture, (literally a pinhole) and then strikes the film or digital sensor. There are no glass lenses used. Because of the small hole, the time to make an exposure is often between 5 seconds and several minutes. The long exposures often include static and moving elements. For me, the combination of patterns, motion and a certain predictable randomness works to create stunning visual images. Read more about my pinhole photography here.