Every year, First Exposures does a pinhole camera workshop for one class. There are always 1-2 students who choose to work with pinhole more afterward. We had one student who worked almost exclusively in pinhole photography for the remainder of his tenure with the program.
My student and I initially had a frustrating experience; the camera we were using was leaking light all over the place, so we couldn't come up with a good print. We changed to a camera made from a tea tin (thanks, Matt!), we got a much better result:
Other photos from the day: