Using a cardboard camera with a tiny hole in place of a lens, you can create some quirky photographs. Youʻll learn how to use photographic paper as film and process the film in special chemicals. What you get is always a surprise.
The workshop is being held on Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day. Last year about 3000 photos from 70 countries were taken on that day and posted on their website.
No need to sign up, just show up. All materials will be provided. Mr. Dean is the volunteer instructor and promises youʻll have a great time and learn a lot. Bring your lunch, a snack and water.
Volunteers are needed on that day to scan and upload our photos to the WPPD website. If you can help, please contact Mr. Dean. firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our school is closed to vehicles on Sundays. Please park on the grass outside the driveway gate and walk in.
|Mr. Dean has built a special entrance to the darkroom!|