Pinhole Cameras: A Diy Guide by Chris KeeneyPinhole Cameras: A Diy Guide by Chris Keeney

Pinhole Cameras: A Diy Guide

byChris Keeney

Hardcover | June 1, 2011

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Did you ever think that the oatmeal container you open every morning when you make breakfast could be turned into a camera? Or that the mint tin sitting on your desk is capable of creating stunning images? In Pinhole Cameras, photographer and pinhole aficionado Chris Keeney shows you how to transform basic household containers-a shoebox, a coffee can, a matchbox-into amazing photographic devices.
Chris Keeney is a professional photographer living and working in San Diego, California. He was formally taught at the Rochester Institute of Technology in Rochester, New York, in analog film and paper photography. Even though he now uses digital photographic processes in his professional work, he enjoys the spontaneity and creative fr...
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Title:Pinhole Cameras: A Diy GuideFormat:HardcoverDimensions:192 pages, 8.75 × 6.5 × 1.25 inPublished:June 1, 2011Publisher:Princeton Architectural PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:156898989X

ISBN - 13:9781568989891

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"Pinhole Cameras: A Do-It-Yourself Guide is a fun tutorial for building your own pinhole camera out of just about anything. Starting with a brief history of the pinhole camera presented along with creative examples for construction, the book communicates both a sense of the creative options available as well as the importance of pinhole photography in the history of the medium. From shoeboxes to Altoids cans and even digital cameras, this guide explores a number of ways to get started making your own camera out of objects that are probably already laying around the house." --photo+eye, July 2011