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  • 1. PINHOLEPHOTOGRAPHY a great many things about part 1
  • 2. what are the only things you NEED in a pinhole camera?
  • 3. what are the only things you NEED in a pinhole camera?
  • 4. what are the only things you NEED in a pinhole camera? (light-tight) body
  • 5. what are the only things you NEED in a pinhole camera? (light-tight) body
  • 6. what are the only things you NEED in a pinhole camera? (light-tight) bodyaperture (hole)
  • 7. what are the only things you NEED in a pinhole camera? (light-tight) bodyaperture (hole)
  • 8. what are the only things you NEED in a pinhole camera? (light-tight) bodyaperture (hole)
  • 9. what are the only things you NEED in a pinhole camera? (light-tight) bodyaperture (hole) shutter
  • 10. what are the only things you NEED in a pinhole camera? (light-tight) bodyaperture (hole) shutter
  • 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. how does it work?
  • 13. how does it work?
  • 14. how does it work? I want to take a photograph of this awesome thing
  • 15. how does it work? I want to take a photograph of this awesome thing
  • 16. how does it work? I want to take a photograph of this awesome thing
  • 17. how does it work? photo paper I want to take a photograph of this awesome thing
  • 18. how does it work? photo paper I want to take a photograph of this awesome thing
  • 19. how does it work? photo paper I want to take a photograph of this awesome thing
  • 20. how does it work? photo paper sun I want to take a photograph of this awesome thing
  • 21. how does it work? photo paper sun I want to take a photograph of this awesome thing
  • 22. how does it work? photo paper sun I want to take a photograph of this awesome thing
  • 23. how does it work? photo paper sun I want to take a photograph of this awesome thing
  • 24. how does it work? photo paper sun I want to take a photograph of this awesome thing
  • 25. how does it work? photo paper sun I want to take a photograph of this awesome thing
  • 26. your pinhole camera doesn’t have “settings”...
  • 27. your pinhole camera doesn’t have “settings”... but what can you control?
  • 28. your pinhole camera doesn’t have “settings”... but what can you control? aperture size
  • 29. your pinhole camera doesn’t have “settings”... but what can you control? aperture size
  • 30. your pinhole camera doesn’t have “settings”... but what can you control? aperture size
  • 31. your pinhole camera doesn’t have “settings”... but what can you control? aperture size exposure time (how long is the shutter open?)
  • 32. your pinhole camera doesn’t have “settings”... but what can you control? aperture size exposure time (how long is the shutter open?)
  • 33. your pinhole camera doesn’t have “settings”... but what can you control? aperture size exposure time (how long is the shutter open?)
  • 34. your pinhole camera doesn’t have “settings”... but what can you control? aperture size exposure time (how long is the shutter open?)
  • 35. your pinhole camera doesn’t have “settings”... but what can you control? aperture size exposure time (how long is the shutter open?)
  • 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. 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. 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. ALSO - you can control how far away your camera is from what you are photographing
  • 40. ALSO - you can control how far away your camera is from what you are photographing
  • 41. ALSO - you can control how far away your camera is from what you are photographing
  • 42. ALSO - you can control how far away your camera is from what you are photographing
  • 43. ALSO - you can control how far away your camera is from what you are photographing
  • 44. ALSO - you can control how far away your camera is from what you are photographing
  • 45. ALSO - you can control how far away your camera is from what you are photographing
  • 46. ALSO - you can control how far away your camera is from what you are photographing
  • 47. ALSO - you can control how far away your camera is from what you are photographing
  • 48. PINHOLEPHOTOGRAPHY a great many things about part 2
  • 49. your container!
  • 50. cover any holes with duct tape
  • 51. cover any holes with duct tape
  • 52. cover any holes with duct tape
  • 53. spraypaint the interior black
  • 54. spraypaint the interior black
  • 55. cut a rectangle out of the BOTTOM of the box (not the lid)
  • 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. cut a rectangle out of the BOTTOM of the box (not the lid) * if using a tin, we’ll drill through it instead
  • 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. cut a rectangle out of the BOTTOM of the box (not the lid) * if using a tin, we’ll drill through it instead
  • 60. your piece of aluminum!
  • 61. your piece of aluminum! Ms. Appel
  • 62. your piece of aluminum! how big should your aperture be? Ms. Appel
  • 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. 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. 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. like only this far
  • 67. focal length
  • 68. your piece of aluminum with your aperture! Ms. Appel
  • 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. attach your aperture plate with duct tape
  • 71. Ms. Appel attach your aperture plate with duct tape
  • 72. Ms. Appel attach your aperture plate with duct tape
  • 73. make a shutter!
  • 74. make a shutter! (sticky)
  • 75. make a shutter!
  • 76. make a shutter!
  • 77. make a shutter!
  • 78. make a shutter! (not sticky)
  • 79. make a shutter! (not sticky) (sticky)
  • 80. make a shutter!
  • 81. Ms. Appel make a shutter!
  • 82. Ms. Appel make a shutter!
  • 83. Ms. Appel make a shutter!
  • 84. Ms. Appel make a shutter! “lock”
  • 85. attach your handy-dandy pinhole photo documenter Ms. Appel
  • 86. attach your handy-dandy pinhole photo documenter Ms. Appel
  • 87. Pinhole process:
  • 88. Pinhole process: 1. Bring a pencil/pen & timer (phone, watch, etc)
  • 89. Pinhole process: 1. Bring a pencil/pen & timer (phone, watch, etc) 2. Load camera (sticky side OUT!)
  • 90. Pinhole process: 1. Bring a pencil/pen & timer (phone, watch, etc) 2. Load camera (sticky side OUT!) 3. Seal with electrical tape
  • 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. 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. 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. 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. sunny: 6 inches - 1.5 min 3 inches - 1 minute
  • 96. Pinhole Positive and Negatives