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Pinhole 2013 web

  1. 1. PINHOLEPHOTOGRAPHY a great many things about part 1
  2. 2. what are the only things you NEED in a pinhole camera?
  3. 3. what are the only things you NEED in a pinhole camera?
  4. 4. what are the only things you NEED in a pinhole camera? (light-tight) body
  5. 5. what are the only things you NEED in a pinhole camera? (light-tight) body
  6. 6. what are the only things you NEED in a pinhole camera? (light-tight) bodyaperture (hole)
  7. 7. what are the only things you NEED in a pinhole camera? (light-tight) bodyaperture (hole)
  8. 8. what are the only things you NEED in a pinhole camera? (light-tight) bodyaperture (hole)
  9. 9. what are the only things you NEED in a pinhole camera? (light-tight) bodyaperture (hole) shutter
  10. 10. what are the only things you NEED in a pinhole camera? (light-tight) bodyaperture (hole) shutter
  11. 11. what are the only things you NEED in a pinhole camera? (light-tight) bodyaperture (hole) shutter (and something light-sensitive if you want to make a permanent image)
  12. 12. how does it work?
  13. 13. how does it work?
  14. 14. how does it work? I want to take a photograph of this awesome thing
  15. 15. how does it work? I want to take a photograph of this awesome thing
  16. 16. how does it work? I want to take a photograph of this awesome thing
  17. 17. how does it work? photo paper I want to take a photograph of this awesome thing
  18. 18. how does it work? photo paper I want to take a photograph of this awesome thing
  19. 19. how does it work? photo paper I want to take a photograph of this awesome thing
  20. 20. how does it work? photo paper sun I want to take a photograph of this awesome thing
  21. 21. how does it work? photo paper sun I want to take a photograph of this awesome thing
  22. 22. how does it work? photo paper sun I want to take a photograph of this awesome thing
  23. 23. how does it work? photo paper sun I want to take a photograph of this awesome thing
  24. 24. how does it work? photo paper sun I want to take a photograph of this awesome thing
  25. 25. how does it work? photo paper sun I want to take a photograph of this awesome thing
  26. 26. your pinhole camera doesn’t have “settings”...
  27. 27. your pinhole camera doesn’t have “settings”... but what can you control?
  28. 28. your pinhole camera doesn’t have “settings”... but what can you control? aperture size
  29. 29. your pinhole camera doesn’t have “settings”... but what can you control? aperture size
  30. 30. your pinhole camera doesn’t have “settings”... but what can you control? aperture size
  31. 31. your pinhole camera doesn’t have “settings”... but what can you control? aperture size exposure time (how long is the shutter open?)
  32. 32. your pinhole camera doesn’t have “settings”... but what can you control? aperture size exposure time (how long is the shutter open?)
  33. 33. your pinhole camera doesn’t have “settings”... but what can you control? aperture size exposure time (how long is the shutter open?)
  34. 34. your pinhole camera doesn’t have “settings”... but what can you control? aperture size exposure time (how long is the shutter open?)
  35. 35. your pinhole camera doesn’t have “settings”... but what can you control? aperture size exposure time (how long is the shutter open?)
  36. 36. your pinhole camera doesn’t have “settings”... but what can you control? aperture size focal length (aperture to paper) exposure time (how long is the shutter open?)
  37. 37. your pinhole camera doesn’t have “settings”... but what can you control? aperture size focal length (aperture to paper) exposure time (how long is the shutter open?)
  38. 38. your pinhole camera doesn’t have “settings”... but what can you control? aperture size focal length (aperture to paper) exposure time (how long is the shutter open?)
  39. 39. ALSO - you can control how far away your camera is from what you are photographing
  40. 40. ALSO - you can control how far away your camera is from what you are photographing
  41. 41. ALSO - you can control how far away your camera is from what you are photographing
  42. 42. ALSO - you can control how far away your camera is from what you are photographing
  43. 43. ALSO - you can control how far away your camera is from what you are photographing
  44. 44. ALSO - you can control how far away your camera is from what you are photographing
  45. 45. ALSO - you can control how far away your camera is from what you are photographing
  46. 46. ALSO - you can control how far away your camera is from what you are photographing
  47. 47. ALSO - you can control how far away your camera is from what you are photographing
  48. 48. PINHOLEPHOTOGRAPHY a great many things about part 2
  49. 49. your container!
  50. 50. cover any holes with duct tape
  51. 51. cover any holes with duct tape
  52. 52. cover any holes with duct tape
  53. 53. spraypaint the interior black
  54. 54. spraypaint the interior black
  55. 55. cut a rectangle out of the BOTTOM of the box (not the lid)
  56. 56. cut a rectangle out of the BOTTOM of the box (not the lid) * if using a tin, we’ll drill through it instead
  57. 57. cut a rectangle out of the BOTTOM of the box (not the lid) * if using a tin, we’ll drill through it instead
  58. 58. cut a rectangle out of the BOTTOM of the box (not the lid) * if using a tin, we’ll drill through it instead
  59. 59. cut a rectangle out of the BOTTOM of the box (not the lid) * if using a tin, we’ll drill through it instead
  60. 60. your piece of aluminum!
  61. 61. your piece of aluminum! Ms. Appel
  62. 62. your piece of aluminum! how big should your aperture be? Ms. Appel
  63. 63. your piece of aluminum! how big should your aperture be? you can either guess, or use the Mr. Pinhole Wizard calculator Ms. Appel
  64. 64. your piece of aluminum! how big should your aperture be? you can either guess, or use the Mr. Pinhole Wizard calculator http://www.mrpinhole.com/holesize.phpMs. Appel
  65. 65. your piece of aluminum! how big should your aperture be? you can either guess, or use the Mr. Pinhole Wizard calculator http://www.mrpinhole.com/holesize.php either way, the hole will be teeny tiny Ms. Appel
  66. 66. like only this far
  67. 67. focal length
  68. 68. your piece of aluminum with your aperture! Ms. Appel
  69. 69. your piece of aluminum with your aperture! use sandpaper, and sand it thoroughly on both sides, then clean off the dust with water & paper towels Ms. Appel
  70. 70. attach your aperture plate with duct tape
  71. 71. Ms. Appel attach your aperture plate with duct tape
  72. 72. Ms. Appel attach your aperture plate with duct tape
  73. 73. make a shutter!
  74. 74. make a shutter! (sticky)
  75. 75. make a shutter!
  76. 76. make a shutter!
  77. 77. make a shutter!
  78. 78. make a shutter! (not sticky)
  79. 79. make a shutter! (not sticky) (sticky)
  80. 80. make a shutter!
  81. 81. Ms. Appel make a shutter!
  82. 82. Ms. Appel make a shutter!
  83. 83. Ms. Appel make a shutter!
  84. 84. Ms. Appel make a shutter! “lock”
  85. 85. attach your handy-dandy pinhole photo documenter Ms. Appel
  86. 86. attach your handy-dandy pinhole photo documenter Ms. Appel
  87. 87. Pinhole process:
  88. 88. Pinhole process: 1. Bring a pencil/pen & timer (phone, watch, etc)
  89. 89. Pinhole process: 1. Bring a pencil/pen & timer (phone, watch, etc) 2. Load camera (sticky side OUT!)
  90. 90. Pinhole process: 1. Bring a pencil/pen & timer (phone, watch, etc) 2. Load camera (sticky side OUT!) 3. Seal with electrical tape
  91. 91. Pinhole process: 1. Bring a pencil/pen & timer (phone, watch, etc) 2. Load camera (sticky side OUT!) 3. Seal with electrical tape 4. Take your picture!
  92. 92. Pinhole process: 1. Bring a pencil/pen & timer (phone, watch, etc) 2. Load camera (sticky side OUT!) 3. Seal with electrical tape 4. Take your picture! 5. Develop your picture! (Save your electrical tape!)
  93. 93. Pinhole process: 1. Bring a pencil/pen & timer (phone, watch, etc) 2. Load camera (sticky side OUT!) 3. Seal with electrical tape 4. Take your picture! 5. Develop your picture! (Save your electrical tape!) 6. While you’re waiting, feel free to re-load your camera for the next picture - you can always leave it loaded in the darkroom & be ready to start tomorrow!
  94. 94. Pinhole process: 1. Bring a pencil/pen & timer (phone, watch, etc) 2. Load camera (sticky side OUT!) 3. Seal with electrical tape 4. Take your picture! 5. Develop your picture! (Save your electrical tape!) 6. While you’re waiting, feel free to re-load your camera for the next picture - you can always leave it loaded in the darkroom & be ready to start tomorrow! 7. Also - you CAN load your camera and take it home to take a picture! (But you only get one, and make sure it stays light tight!)
  95. 95. sunny: 6 inches - 1.5 min 3 inches - 1 minute
  96. 96. Pinhole Positive and Negatives

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