I didn't get the Diana lens finished until this evening, but I did get the pinhole finished enough to use.
Annoyingly, the weather has been so bad that I've not really wanted to take the camera outside, but I did get half an hour between showers in the Necropolis in glasgow today.
The photographs taken with the 28mm are amazingly crisp:
And the depth-of-field effects achievable with it are wonderful:
Compare the photograph of the statue above with the pinhole version:
This is actually too soft-focus for my liking, as can be seen from some of the other pictures:
I remade the pinhole this evening to use an even smaller hole, only using the tip of a pin to make it. This should sharpen things up a bit.
More test pictures tomorrow.