Greetings, fellow photographers! Get your pinhole cameras ready! Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day (WPPD) is coming up! Okay, here's the deal: The last Sunday in April of each year is designated as Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day. This year, it's April 29th. The event is sponsored by http://www.pinholeday.org/. So, how do you participate? It's easy! You just capture an image with a pinhole camera on Pinhole Day. Then, if you're feeling adventurous, you post your image in the WPPD gallery at pinholeday.org, where it becomes a permanent part of their virtual museum gallery. (Mine was # 315 for 2006 ;-)) Pinhole day was started in 2001 with 291 participants, sending images from 24 countries. WPPD 2005 saw 1815 images from 52 countries, and WWPD 2006 saw 2267 images from 60 countries. So, in other words, this event is growing fast, with a lot of photographers taking interest. Don't have a pinhole camera? Never fear! Google pinhole camera, and you'll turn up more pages about pinhole photography and cameras than you can count. Pinhole cameras are easy to make and use, and you can even adapt some modern cameras to use a pinhole body cap. Or do a search here on the forum, or post a new thread asking for some info. Lots of us will be more than happy to help!