Pinhole PhotographyVIEW EVENT DETAILS
See You Online 2.0 Workshop
Pinhole Camera is simply a light-proof box with the light passes through a small aperture and projects an inverted image on the opposite side of the box. With its simplistic design, a pinhole camera can often be made with many readily available items from the home.
Although pinhole photography is a very basic form of photography, it requires some thought: exposure; movement in the scene; what is static or moving; what will the blur look like?
Join us the workshop to create a pinhole camera with everyday materials. Our photographer, Bobby Lee, will share all the techniques to take a unique pinhole photography with the device and your smartphone.
Workshop suitable for age 16 and above.
If you would like to make along, you will need to prepare:
- Empty pringle chip can (or similar cylinder container)
- hard card
- tracing paper, or cooking paper, or white plastic bag
- aluminum foil
- thumbtack or pushpin
- tape (masking tape or black tape)
- ruler and marker
Bobby Lee, photographer, director of award-winning Bobby Lee Photography Ltd. (established in 1985) providing commercial photography service to major corporations in Hong Kong, China and Asia. Bobby wears many hats, besides as one of the best corporate photographers he also contributes his professional knowledge to locals and international NGOs.
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