Pinhole Cameras: A DIY Guide Hardcover – 10 Jul 2011
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Pinhole Cameras is a document of this work and inside are nearly 200 pages of DIY camera goodness. It all starts, after the introductions and some photographic history, with a look into a pinhole camera's basic structure - primarily a box (and and how to choose one according to your needs and intended use) and secondly, and arguably the more important factor, is how to make an actual pinhole. (The latter can actually be purchase online but you're going to may one and not buy one, right?!) Everything you need to know is included too in a dedicated chapter. The rest of the book are full instructions for making seven pinhole cameras (nine if you count the DSLR body cap and the Holga conversion) from different objects that you may already have around the house; an oatmeal can, shoe box, coffee can, cigar box, mint tin and, my favourite, CK's version of the mighty Matchbox Pinhole. The instructions are clear and concise and include all the information that you'll need to create your own.Read more ›
Top notch and well worth the money. I am using techniques learnt in this book to introduce the wonderful simplicity of pinhole photography to kids living in the jungle of Papua New Guinea. Nice work.
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Excellent volume if you wish to make your own pinhole camera. The book is hard back and has an internal spiral binding, which allows it to lie flat. Read morePublished 16 months ago by D. Symonds
Why wouldn't you love making magical images from a hole in a piece of card - I have done it a hundred times but just keep on doing it - and making your own camera - come on -... Read morePublished on 27 Sept. 2013 by 41