14 & 15 AUGUST
0930 TO 17 30
cost including all materials
Day 1: We start by discussing the concept of pinhole photography and why the technique has had a resurgence in popularity. We then make a pinhole camera out of containers supplied, determining the pinhole size according to the size of the container. Take trial photographs in the studio using mono film, develop film. Repeat as required using different subjects
Day 2: Using either the previous day's cameras, and/or commercially made 5x4 pinhole cameras (supplied) go out into the locality taking photographs . Develop film in the studio and make wet prints. Discuss using the pinhole negative as a starting point for making 'alt process' contact prints.