Pinhole photography cameras is as minimalist as the art gets: All you need
is a light-tight box with a tiny hole on the front, and something
light-sensitive fastened onto the inside rear of the box, and you can
take a picture. In the process, you will get weirdly beautiful results, including infinite focus from near to far (or, often more accurately, equal slight fuzziness from near to far). "Once you realize that there are no knobs, no flashing lights, no buttons, dials, or digital displays to distract you, making pictures becomes fun again rather than a technical chore," says Andrew Watson, who made this photo of the beach in Brighton, England on Kodak Ektar 100.