This will be an instructional post about the creation of a Pinhole Camera.
A Pinhole is a small, light-tight can or box with a black interior and a small hole in the center of one end.
Step 1: Finding A Can or Box Pinhole Camera
Step 2: Painting the Boxes Interior
Reason: To not allow light to expose the picture when taking a photo.
Error to look for: Chipped or peeled paint could allow light to enter
Step 3: Making the hole
Reason: To allow light from subject to reveal in the camera
How to: Use a sewing needle to pierce halfway through
Step 4: Now you are ready to take your pinhole photos and make sure you are not revealing any light that might get into the camera. Use a Kodak Film or any film paper and expose it for this amount of time —–> Bright Sunlight: 1-4 seconds/ Cloudy Bright: 4-16 seconds.
Step 5: Process and Printing photos: Develop the negative into the developing stages (See Link: https://blogs.egusd.net/mouab/2014/09/02/film-developing-review/)
Some Examples of Pinhole:
Madonna by: Scott Speck
Copenhagen Airport by: Unknown
London Bridge by: Unknown