They say practice makes perfect.
I'm not sure who "they" are, but sometimes practice will make you crazy.
I've lately been dinking (scientific term for aimlessly experimenting) with artistamp sized pinhole shots.
They're made by hand cutting a piece of photo paper small enough to fit inside a 35mm camera. I have an old wreck of a Pentax k1000 I made a pinhole body cap for to do this.
It's a slow process because, it's load, expose, then unload, reload, expose and so on. Not a fast process, but pinhole isn't fast so it suits me.
Here are couple of samples:
This one was a bit overexposed so it solarized...this was on Harman Direct Positive paper, so what you see it what you get right out of the camera after developing. I use caffenol, so it has a slight stain to it.
Here's another one I over exposed and it kind of flipped out. I like it though. It reminds me of some kind of apocalyptic snowstorm.
this one is just a mess, but I'm putting here mainly so I can go back and retry it....
these are all small, just the size of a 35mm film frame.
anyway, a work in progress...to be continued.