This project, begun in 2002, consists of thousands of pinhole photographs of my restaurant meals, all shot on film in a Zero 2000 pinhole camera. The tiny aperture of this camera (f/138) requires relatively long exposures (seconds outside, minutes to hours inside). Meals are a perfect subject due to the combination of movement (people, glassware) and stillness (the room itself). You will find information on how I determine exposure times here.
Scroll down to see my five minute video about pinhole photography.