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Re: pin hole cameras

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Numo Jaeger & Michael Miller (jaegmil)
Fri, 11 Dec 1998 07:04:01 +0000

>There is no single answer to the question about the length of time one
needs to expose the paper film when you are using a pin hole camera.
Exposure time depends on the amount of light in your environment, the
actual size of the pin hole and the type of paper that you are using as film.
>My suggestion is to make thin test strips at varying exposure times-just
like you would do in the dark room when you are developing the image.
>Start at 1 second intervals. The test strip project is a lesson in
itself. Set it up in groups. Groups of students experiment with a different
amount of time and different pin holes. Someone in the group can be the
time keeper. One person the photographer.
>The information is gathered from the group and then saved for future
>-Numo Jaeger
>Studio One Art Center
>Oakland, CA
>At 05:28 PM 12/9/98 -0500, you wrote:
>>amanda clarke wrote:
>>> Numo,
>>> Thank you for the information on making a pin hole camera. I have a
>>> long do you expose your film? What suggestions do you give
>>> your students?
>>Numo, will you please respond to the list? I'm also interested in this
>>Linda in Michigan (where, even though it went down to 28 last night, my
>>snapdragons are still blooming!)