Pinhole Action!

Are you ready to get your Pinhole on?
Brainstorm your best DIY ideas here:

Few may make a functional camera, even lesser still will attempt to develop their own film...Game on!
Few may make a functional camera, even fewer still will attempt to develop their own film…Game on!

10 thoughts on “Pinhole Action!

  1. i actually looked up a site where they send you the cardboard cut out of the pinhole camera, that i love!!!!!!! πŸ™‚ i wanna actually make my own, but budget wise this may work. but i wanna deveolp prints not film….but i believe the camera produces negatives!!!

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  2. i am really excited about the dark room experienced!!!! idk why but the idea of experimenting in your father in laws garage sounds more adventurous than the class room! but thats just me!

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  3. Hey i have looked up ideas , and i know with my budget that getting a pre-made pin hole would be more easier, and something ill have the time to do!!! There called Viddy. and they send you the cardboard placement with the outline!

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  4. im really excited about this project, how ever i don’t know if it shoots with film or prints. so i’m going to research it, but i believe it’s mainly with film. but i’m glad your going into actual darkroom settings which is something i love and always wanted to get my hands even more dirty in!!! THANK YOU TAMMY!!!!!!!

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    1. Different prototypes use different films/paper. Todd and McKayla were researching ones that feed film. For those, you’ll need to load the film in darkness and process it with traditional developer, fix and stop. (Unless you use the Caffeinol method)

      Breaunna found a coffee-can prototype that uses paper. You can use traditional developer/fix/stop to process that or try that vitamin C/lemon juice method we saw in class!

      http://www.lilblueboo.com/2013/08/pinhole-photography-taking-a-photo-exposure-times.html

      Click to access pinhole_camera_instructions_v5_0.pdf

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