A pinhole camera is a simple camera without a lens and with a single small aperture, a pinhole – effectively a light-proof box with a small hole in one side. Light from a scene passes through this single point and projects an inverted image on the opposite side of the box.
It's easy to make your own personal pinhole camera, you just need a light-tight box (the best in the world is an Illy coffee can!!! Must have a removable / screwable lid), a hole and some photo paper or film. Negative and positive.
In this workshop we'll tinker with pinhole cameras (you can take them home with you afterwards!), learn a lot about the beauty of analog photography, apertures and exposure times, go out and try the different ways to create an oddly beautiful picture! Developing together in the adventurous, improvised darkroom!
For 8 participants
Teilnahmegebühr/Unkostenbeitrag für Materialien: 25,00€
Saturday, 24.09.2022 11:00-17:00
Sunday, 25.09.2022 11:00-17:00
Dagie Brundert studied visual arts and experimental film in Berlin and discovered her passion for (Super8) film in the late 80s. Since then she has taught herself everything she can and animated what she can. So she has now become a specialist concerning eco-developed Super8 films!
Funded in the frame of Programm NEUSTART des Bundesverband Soziokultur im Programmteil kulturelle und soziokulturelle Programmarbeit