There can be so much more to taking a picture than pressing a button, and the quirky, time-bending results of the pinhole camera will surely show your extended effort. In the age of digital everything, the counter-intuitiveness of the pinhole makes it a fun D.I.Y. art form that gains new audiences every day. Made from oatmeal canisters, mint tins, or even a toilet paper roll, a future pinhole is likely sitting under your sink or in your pantry right now.
Pinhole Cameras author Chris Keeney provides a welcome blend of instruction and example in this illustration-filled book. A gallery of pinhole pictures is included, proving that these simple cameras take some serious shots and some funny ones too. Inexpensive, mistake-welcoming, and unconventional, pinhole cameras offer a fascinating and fun take on photography. Pinhole Cameras: A DIY Guide is perfect for the novice student, the practised hobbyist, and anyone else interested in the do-it-yourself movement.
WEIGHT 635 g
DIMENSIONS 216 × 140 mm
BINDING Spiral bound