Light affects everything differently and the camera helps capture the effect or impression that light leaves on an object. Photography is the art, the practice of creating images by capturing light. To understand and appreciate this practice more, it is very necessary to deal into the very first camera or medium to exhibit the art of imaging and photography. Artists need to appreciate the theory of when the elements come to play to achieve a good and interesting image. Pinhole camera involves a dark room with a tiny hole in one wall which projects upside down the outside image or an image posed outside onto the screen by allowing the outside light onto the opposite wall. Pinhole camera has no optical illusion and might not take the picture but an important activity that helps understand how the human eyes works. Many elements come to play when dealing with photography such as perspective, illusion, space and volume. Unlike cameras with screens that project the scene as it is, pinhole cameras projects the image upside down on the screen. The pinholes approach to objects is a unique one, the distance between objects or the perspective of the objects in relation to the pinhole (aperture) does not change the projected image. In other words, the sharpness of an object does not depend on its distance to the camera. With its projection, the pinhole camera simulates a scene of a 3 dimensional space onto a 2 dimensional frame. The camera captures based on the variety of strengths of the light, the lesser the light on a potion the darker it appears and the higher the light on a portion the brighter it appears.