The Beginner's Guide to Pinhole Photography

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Amherst Media, Incorporated, Mar 1, 1999 - JUVENILE NONFICTION - 80 pages
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Pinhole photography requires no camera, no lenses, and no focusing-just a tiny hole in a can or box provides the light to make images on photographic film or paper. Richly illustrated with pinhole photographs, this book teaches the principles of photography. Starting with step-by-step instructions for building a camera out of household materials, it gives details on shooting images; developing; printing images in a kitchen, bathroom, or darkroom; and building special features such as wide-angle cameras. A complete discussion of the materials needed is included.a"

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Jim Shull teaches workshops for young people at a center for art and ecological studies on the Oregon coast. He lives in Silverton, Oregon.

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