Pinhole Photography


Pinhole Photography


Pinhole Photography workshops involve participants making working pinhole cameras from a variety of recycled materials. The cameras are then used to create analogue negative images on silver gelatin paper. These images can be processed on site by workshop particiupants in small portable darkrooms which are provided.

The specific materials used to create cameras can be tailored to suit the level of participants experience and the needs of the workshop, from drinks cans to various shapes of cardboard and tin.

The content of images produced also can vary to suit the themes required.

Negative images can be printed into positives using both analogue and digital (smartphone) techniques.

More advanced or longer workshops can also explore multiple pinhole techniques, slow exposures and multiple exposures.