Introduction to Pinhole Photography


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Exhibits & Workshop
Introduction to Pinhole Photography


Date: Sunday, 28 April 2002
Place: Inoue School of Language and Art Pte Ltd
1 Sophia Road #04-01
Singapore 228149
Contact: 65 6333 3318
Time: 3.00pm to 5.00pm

FREE Admission. All are welcome.
 

luisg

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Originally posted by inoue
Exhibits & Workshop
Introduction to Pinhole Photography


Date: Sunday, 28 April 2002
Place: Inoue School of Language and Art Pte Ltd
1 Sophia Road #04-01
Singapore 228149
Contact: 65 6333 3318
Time: 3.00pm to 5.00pm

FREE Admission. All are welcome.
sorry what is pinhole photography? can someone post sample pics?.. thanks ;)
 

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We can create pictures with either film or photo sensitive
paper using a home made paper/box camera. Come to
the Free Workshop to know more. You will meet other
pinholers as well.
 

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I own one pinhole camera. It's made of wood. I've treid making one myself before and it's really easy and fun.
 

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tried making one probably when I am 6-7 years old... using toothpaste box. Poke a hole using a pin at center of one end and replace the paper cover on the other end with a sheet of tracing paper. Voila, a simple pinhole cam,

next, cut the box into half and u can adjust the focus by extending or shortening the cam.
 

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Originally posted by tangcy
tried making one probably when I am 6-7 years old... using toothpaste box. Poke a hole using a pin at center of one end and replace the paper cover on the other end with a sheet of tracing paper. Voila, a simple pinhole cam,

next, cut the box into half and u can adjust the focus by extending or shortening the cam.
I never got around to trying. Too troublesome, though in Sec. school I had access to the school darkroom.

Anyway, for those with film or analog SLRs, you can make a neat pin hole camera.

1. Get another body cap.
2. Heat up a pin to red hot.
3. Burn a little hole in the middle of the body cap.
4. Cap the thing back onto the camera.
5. Compose and expose.

In fact, there are people who sell such adaptors for a price.

Regards
CK
 

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