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February 1, 2014 / Ginny Banks

Pinhole Photography.

The pinhole camera is a great introduction to more sophisticated cameras. It has an aperture (pinhole) and shutter speed (length of time the pinhole is uncovered). Students had fun constructing their cameras which varied greatly in size and shape. After they processed their negative pinholes, they made a positive contact print in the darkroom which introduced them to the photographic concept of negative to positive process and latent image. The first utilizes the architecture of Bellevue College by Jihee Jeon.

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The next figurative pinhole is by Edward Wang.

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Vicki Yan did one with a Bellevue College sculpture.

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Audrey Deluca’s pinhole is very mysterious.

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And finally, Michael Bala. Look for the ghostly figure!

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  1. kelsimad / Feb 2 2014 4:04 am

    I’m so jealous they got to make pinholes for class! 🙂

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