I am not sure where I should post this. It is not street/documentary and it has nothing to do with any camera. Since people in this forum are very friendly, I decide to post it here. (The only remote connection I can find is the Polaroid ISO 3000 film used in these shots, which I am sure is a classic film, but not camera ;-) Here is the story. I bought a Polariod back for my pinhole Holga (see my post on Street/Documentary forum). Then I thought, why not make a pinhole camera out of the Polariod back without the Holga? So I drilled a needle hole in a piece of Reynolds aluminum foil and taped it on a cardboard; then taped the whole thing in front of the Polaroid back. The "focal length" is about 10mm, so it is a super wide pinhole camera. The Polaroid 87 film is so fast that I can hand hold to take this indoor mirror self portrait in less than 3 seconds ;-) Have fun!