Pinhole photography is done by some of the oldest and low-tech cameras in the photography field. Pinhole cameras have no lenses and are operated merely through a small aperture. It is a very fun art form that the photographer does not have much control of. Due to its non-intrusive operation form, the quality of the photos depends highly on the photographer's artistic vision.
Sheila Boccine’s gorgeous pinhole camera photos are very impressive for the fact that they are clear and have delightful angles. She titles her project 'Sleeping. Dreaming.' The body of work is consisted of beds and people sleeping.
The entire project has a pleasantly serene and vintage outlook to it which is especially intriguing in an era where high definition has lost its novelty.