I was going to post all of this in one go, but have enjoyed following Pete's progress on his DIY project (here) For my project I have big ideas ... but not so much DIY talent. I thought I would start relatively simple with a biscuit tin camera. I quite like the idea of experimenting with a curved film plane so this is a good place to start I think ... Her is the tin nice a shiny on the inside ... that wont help much! so ... matt black spray paint I needed a way to hold the film in place so I figured making some metal clips I cut some squares of metal from some sheet aluminium i ad knocking around I dont have any snips so i had to use a jigsaw ... I didn't want to knacker Hannah's kitchen scissors bodged it a bit so some sanding was required a bit more spray paint A drill, some nuts and bolts later The space between the clips is 12cm so I can take 6x12cm images on MF the film slots tightly behind the clips holding it in place until I reach my location Hole drilled for pinhole shim (Tom is making that bit for me) So yeah, that's where im up to!