Pinhole Photography Workshop
One Day Weekend Workshop
The lo-fi approach to photography! Making the camera yourself is an exciting way to make photographs.
In this workshop you will develop a basis for making photographs with the simplest forms of photography - without a lens.
What we will cover:
- the history of the camera obscura
- types of pinhole cameras available
- make your own simple (or complex) camera
- learning and experimenting with pinhole exposure
- techniques in composition
- experimenting with format
- exposing with paper and film
- printing from film / printing from paper negatives
- dealing with reciprocity / long exposures
This workshop is a 'hands on' approach where you do the photographing and printing of your images. This coures will take you from exposure right through to the print stage. Materials supplied.
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One day. (10.00am to 4.00pm, Sunday)
|No. of students:
||Maximum of six.
||$245.00. ( includes refreshments and photographic materials)
||$100.00. (balance two weeks
|What to bring:
||A handheld light meter if you have one.
Bring any pinhole experiments or pinhole cameras that you may have.
||Develop a basis for seeing and
making photographs with a pinhole camera.
Make some photographs.
Understand the processes of B&W photography.
Have the knowledge to do it yourself in future.
||Introduction to Black & White Photography
Intermediate to Advanced Black
& White course
Black & White Fine Printing
Above: Pinhole photograph from a 4x5 inch
large format negative made with a view camera
Above: As seen through a
pinhole camera made from a coffee tin.
Below: One of our converted Rollei film boxes with
a paper positive
Image credits: Enrico
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