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Pinhole photo is great for the classroom. My son is fascinated with only
one photo taken so far. If you teach this in the reg art class, not one
specific to photo, you could inspire students in sculpture as well. I
have a book that has examples of pinhole camera made with a variety of
items, such as hat boxes, cosmetic cases, or match boxes. The students
can play off the photo taking ability of the object to give the camera
more meaning than just a working camera. A student at university did one
that required the viewer to peer into the box to see the meaning and the
result was alot of strange images on the negative. Could go on with
ideas for this forever!
Sandra in AL
> I noticed that there was a lot of interest in pinhole cameras recently.
> There's an excellent article in May's Smithsonian magazine called "The Pinhole
> Point of View". It has history and contemporary stuff and wonderful photos.
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