Pinhole photography is an excellent way to learn about basic camera exposure. A simple box or paint can will suffice to build this camera. A hole is made on the side and covered with paper or tape. Film is placedinside the “camera”, a subject selected, and then the photographer uncovers the hole to expose the film. The results are amazing from such a simple concept.
On Tuesday, May 27, an exclusive exhibit of pinhole photography will be held outside the Bertha Voyer Memorial Library from 11:00-1:00.
These photographers from TAMU-Commerce have each designed and made their own cameras. They have made multiple images of Honey Grove and will have these displayed for public, along with refreshments. The photographers will also have their cameras available to see and will be available to talk about their specific techniques.
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