Pinhole images produced by participants on the Olive Edis Project celebrating the work and life of this once-forgotten local photographer and the impressive body of work she created. Thanks to the work of the Time and Tide Museum and Norfolk Museums Service, her role in the development of photography is more fully recognised. Young students on this short residency responded to her work with rudimentary photographic tools and techniques that often highlighted the difficulties and concerns that other pioneering photographers of that time had to contend with - slow shutter speeds, subject movement, and wet bath processing of sensitive films and emulsions.