World Wide Pinhole Day Workshop
Apr 27 | Sun 12-4pm
Join instructor Janet Neuhauser at PCNW on April 27th for World Wide Pinhole Day! Janet will lead students in the making and use of pinhole cameras, working with everyday objects like soda pop cans and metal tins. Through hands-on work, students will build their own cameras, capture images on black and white photo paper, develop and print in the darkroom, and scan/upload their images to the World Wide Pinhole Day website.
Students will need to bring a clean soda pop can and a metal tin (like an Atloids tin) and any other type of light tight tin to make into cameras. You’ll be able to take your cameras home with you so that you can continue making images using this low tech form of photography.