Pinhole photography is a very simple concept. The camera is simply a light proof container with a small hole (often an actual pin hole) in it. Film or photographic paper is then inserted inside and when you remove the shutter blocking the small hole, light enters through and creates an inverted exposure on the film. Shooting pinhole photography requires long exposures, but yield infinite depth-of-field. There is something about the photos that makes them special, which is why many photographers still choose to shoot them today. Below are some beautiful examples of pinhole photography that will amaze you. Have a look below “30+ Pinhole Photography Examples For Your Inspiration” and appreciate in your few words. Enjoy.