I discovered pinhole photography with my kids in a workshop at our local library. They gave us the materials to build cameras and taught us how to take pictures. I've been hooked ever since.
To make these pictures, I use only hand-made pinhole cameras (including those originals made at the library) and capture the images directly onto photo paper. In a darkroom (a converted closet), I use common household ingredients to develop the images (typically with caffenol recipes). I then digitize the images using a hi-res scanner, digitally invert/reverse, and then do any needed cropping or small corrections in software.
(See my talk on my pinhole origin story: https://www.glenntaylorart.com/glenn-s-irregular-artist-blog/blog_posts/pinhole-talk-youtube-video)
I send all images to professional printers for printing with archival Giclée pigments on archival, acid-free, museum-quality paper. Unless otherwise noted or depicted, all prints are matted with white mats using conservation methods. Limited editions are numbered and signed.