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Basic and Unexplored Pinhole with Justin Quinnell




2 hours

About the workshop

This workshop proposes an infinite range of possibilities for experimenting with pinhole cameras. is designed to introduce participants to the fascinating world of pinhole photography, a technique that uses a camera without lenses, simply a small hole called a pinhole. Through this method, participants will learn the basic principles of photography, understanding the relationship between light and the captured image.

+  Where: Online (at home)

+  Date: You can see your course whenever you want

+  Access: You will receive an email with all the information and the invitation to our Telegram chat

Your teacher

Justin Quinnell @justin_quinnell

He lectures at Falmouth University and is considered a world expert in pinhole and camera obscura photography, having taught for over 28 years around the world. His work includes "Muthpiece": Images Between Mouths, "Slow Light", 6-Month Exhibitions, and "Awfullogrammes." Justin was a pinhole photography consultant for the Rachel Weisz - Mark Ruffalo film The Brothers Bloom and the NASA website. He has appeared several times on television shows and has published three books, most recently "Discovering Light." Justin is the director of Real Photography Company.

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