Fall 2012 - Photography
Our first Photography I production assignment introduced the process of Pinhole Photography. Students built cameras from cardboard boxes, then used their cameras to create simple-lens medium-format negatives. The students developed their own negatives, then created positives in the darkroom. Pinhole photography is an excellent way to learn the basics of optics and exposure.
A finished pinhole camera along side the humble beginnings
The photos below show some positive and negative images made through this process.