How To Make A Pinhole Camera by seasonaldragon1.deviantart.com on @deviantART

This tutorial shows how I made my Pinhole cameras for a project at University. How to use the pinhole camera -. How To Make A Pinhole Camera

screenprinted, DIY pinhole camera! Realy cool made from paperboard packaging stock PD

Really cool screen-printed, DIY pinhole camera made from paperboard packaging stock

Make your own pinhole camera to safely view a solar eclipse in action! (NEVER look directly at the sun without proper solar filters!) Plus get ideas for turning these stellar events into an art project you can keep long after the eclipse is over.

Make your own pinhole camera to safely view a solar eclipse in action! (NEVER look directly at the sun without proper solar filters!) Plus get ideas for turning these stellar events into an art projec

How to make a pinhole camera using a jello box via lilblueboo.com

What is a pinhole camera? A pinhole camera is basically a light-proof box with a tiny hole in it. The film is exposed by uncovering the hole for a few seconds. (read more at wiki) I've been .

RK Photographic ILFORD Pinhole Photography Kit

ILFORD Pinhole Photography Kit The robust HARMAN TiTAN camera has been designed in conjunction with, and manufactured in the UK by Walker Cameras who are well known for their range of Titan large format film cameras.

This is a product you can buy which is cool because it is a pinhole camera that is already made. I think it is very cool and would buy it.

Uma Câmera Pinhole de Lata de Sardinha

Michael Wesely's beautiful 34 month exposures. The pinhole camera was not touched or tampered with at all during the exposure.

Longest Pinhole Exposure Ever Is Also Most Beautiful

It’s difficult to believe that a photographer is capable of successfully creating a three-year long exposure on just one single frame, however, German photographer Michael Wesely shows that it’s possible in his series entitled Open Shutter.

I love the fact that you can do this with pinhole cameras. Just open the shutter once, close it, move the subject and then open the shutter again.

The use of long exposure with the camera is intriguing, its cool to see how they can take what wold be a simple portrait to the next level. This photograph has a sort of FEELING to it, there's a strong sense of confusion that really draws you in.

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