One of the most important and most talked about photographic equipment today is the camera lens. There's a variety of it. But have you ever tried going lens-less, the way photography was before? The good old days of pinhole photography.
Photographer Craig Roberts tried to rekindle his fascination for the aged technique. Pinhole usually just require an enclosed casing such as a shoebox, a can of Pringles, and a small diameter opening drilled through. The hole allows light to pass through (hence the exposure), and the shutter speed depends on how long will the hole be left open. Of course, this is early film photography.
Why not try going lens-less for a change?
Prevew image was taken from the video.