PINHOLE PHOTOGRAPHY       PROJECT 1
PINHOLE PRINCIPLESA SMALL HOLE IN A BLACK BOX, OR BLACKED OUT ROOM(CAMERA OBSCURA) WILL ACT AS A LENS.EXCELLENT DEPTH OF F...
HTTP://YOUTU.BE/2IO_OOBMCQQ
MAKING A PINHOLE CAMERA
BLACK BOX CAMERABE SURE TO NOT INVERT THE CAMERA. IF THE RIGHTKNOB POPS UP IT WILL UNSPOOL AND DESTROY THEROLL OF FILM.LON...
THEMELOYOLA AT 100: FOCUSING ON THE PASSAGE OF TIME.WHAT WILL STILL BE HERE IN 25 YEARS?WHAT WILL HAVE CHANGED?
FLOTSAM + JETSAM CHAIRS
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In the Spring 2012 Visual Thinking Class at Loyola Marymount University, we briefly studied the principles of PINHOLE PHOTOGRAPHY, and then went out on a photo shoot, documenting parts of the campus in it's 100th Year.

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  • Pinhole photo principles keynote

    1. 1. PINHOLE PHOTOGRAPHY PROJECT 1
    2. 2. PINHOLE PRINCIPLESA SMALL HOLE IN A BLACK BOX, OR BLACKED OUT ROOM(CAMERA OBSCURA) WILL ACT AS A LENS.EXCELLENT DEPTH OF FIELD.DREAMY, NOSTALGIC IMAGES.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_qrG5jWZOPE&feature=youtube_gdata_player
    3. 3. HTTP://YOUTU.BE/2IO_OOBMCQQ
    4. 4. MAKING A PINHOLE CAMERA
    5. 5. BLACK BOX CAMERABE SURE TO NOT INVERT THE CAMERA. IF THE RIGHTKNOB POPS UP IT WILL UNSPOOL AND DESTROY THEROLL OF FILM.LONG EXPOSURES - MUST USE TRIPOD OR REST ONSOLID SURFACEKEEP THE SUN AT YOUR BACKANALOG ISN’T FREE. SPEND TIME THINKING ABOUT THESHOT. VISUALIZE THE FINISHED PHOTO.COMPOSE YOUR SHOTS WITH CARE!
    6. 6. THEMELOYOLA AT 100: FOCUSING ON THE PASSAGE OF TIME.WHAT WILL STILL BE HERE IN 25 YEARS?WHAT WILL HAVE CHANGED?
    7. 7. FLOTSAM + JETSAM CHAIRS
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