I'm using matchbox pinhole cameras. I make my own cameras, experimenting with redscales films, cross processing, working around with photographic negatives on sensitive paper, making positives through contact printing, etc
I'm really interested with alternative photography. I like the idea of a camera obscura and pinhole photography. I think that it's a very creative process. I also love experimenting with film soup. I tried soaking films in different solutions before exposing them to lemon, detergent, salt, pee, tea, they all gives you unexpected results. Then you can combine your negatives with another cheap process printing like cyanotypes.
About a year ago, my father gave me my first camera, Canon EOS Rebel G, then I started reading books and buying films to learn about it. A process of trial and error. Then I got a job for a professional photo lab which gave me the opportunity to connect with people who like to do the same thing. They all have their different interests and point of view... it's pretty entertaining.
I'm actually in the process of building my own lab. I bought some chemicals, materials and an enlarger that would allow me to try rayographs, photograms and experiment with processing as a whole. I'm looking forward to learn about gum bichromate, anthotypes, wet plate collodion process, still trying and learning of course!
Observe light, study its behavior. Learn more about processing, films, papers, etc. Try everything and discover what you like. Do it yourself and then share your knowledge.