To create the pinhole photos you have to put a piece of glossy paper inside of a container. Then make a whole in the front of the container using a pin. Make sure the container is painted all black and cover the edges with black tape. Tape up your pinhole camera in a spot where you think it will receive light to create the image. The aperture is created by how big the whole is, the shutter is created from how many times we took the tape off or left it on. The focal length of the camera is 21.28. I placed my camera on a pole in front of the school and the exposure time was 6 days. The light source for the exposure was the sun. When the photo was scanned onto the computer, you can really see the school and the other poles I also flipped the photo and inverted colors. The photo surprised me because you can see little details in the photo and also I would keep the pinhole box out longer to see if the photo would come out sharper.