Pinhole cameras were created centuries ago and consisted of nothing more than a box with a tiny pinhole used to collect light. While the concept of the pinhole camera has developed over the years, the principle remains the same... low quality equipment used to capture a moment. All the photos taken for The Pinhole Project were captured using the most basic of equipment; a phone. (Both iPhone and Droid) Like Pinhole cameras, mobile photography has developed over the years, but as any photographer can tell you, the quality and restrictions posed by using a mobile device as a camera force the user to rely on light and circumstance more than lenses and equipment. In such simplicity, The Pinhole Project seeks to return the art to its basics and remind photographers everywhere, amatuer and professional, that the world can be captured by thinking outside the box, and, well, putting a hole in it.