June 12 - First attempt at a digital pinhole photograph.
That is right! No lens was used in the making of this photo!
For now you can Click here to see how to make a pinhole lens for your DSLR. Making a slight improvement, I put needle sized hole in a brass shim and then taped it into the inside of the body cap with a large hole.
Notice the dust? Perhaps someone can answer Joe and Dakota's question. I spot cleaned a few, but left others to share this point. I have learned that a pinhole lens is excellent tool to use when spot checking for dust on the digital sensor. With a regular lens and limited depth-of-field, specks of dust are usually blown out of focus to the point of not showing up in the picture. The large depth-of-field provided by the tiny aperture of a pinhole lens causes even the tiniest dust on the sensor to show up in the picture. Thereby, allowing you to detect dust for cleaning (which I now know that I need to do).