Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day
501 // April 26, 2009
My camera “lens” – the teeny-tiny hole
Negative pinhole photography print on paper
I participated by attending a class presented by the non-profit Denver Darkroom downtown. We met up with Working for Artists and the Colorado Photographic Art Center… listened to a lecture and ended up shooting in and around the Zang Mansion, using the darkroom in the basement. Heard it was the biggest turnout to-date.
Exposed (positive) paper from the negative
So, the day started off bright and sunny but by the time we really got to experimenting the sky grew overcast and eventually rainy. And cold. The type of pinhole camera I make ended up needing exposure times of 20 minutes long – so after lots of trial and error, with the turn of the weather, I was only able to get two so-so shots. This was one of them. The class is meeting again and I plan to experiment after work (in the sun!) some more… can’t wait to show you some great results.
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