pinhole camera


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pinhole camera

n
(Photography) a camera with a pinhole as an aperture instead of a lens
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The event, now in its sixth year, will have a photographic theme and visitors can make their own pinhole camera, along with adding colour to black-and-white photographs.
It begins as the old science fair standby, the pinhole camera, which allows light to enter through a tiny aperture.
In Bristol, Greg Robertson, 19, and Sam Firminger, 20, stood by the Clifton Observatory with a home-made cardboard pinhole camera and champagne.
Eileen said: "We all came prepared and I even made a pinhole camera to watch the eclipse.
Lena Kozik, eight, left and Aleena Hussain, eight, watching the eclipse at Coundon |Primary School through a paper plate pinhole camera
His home was raided to discover two laptops and 11 memory sticks, along with the pinhole camera gear.
Best way to view this astronomical phenomenon is by projecting the image of the solar eclipse or with the help of pinhole camera or with the help of a small mirror that can be placed at window shelf to create an image at the ceiling or wall of the room.
Experts say a safe way to view an eclipse is by making a pinhole camera -- a 3 millimeter hole in one piece of paper -- then turning your back to the sun and using the pierced page to project the image of the sun on another sheet of paper.
It is 96 pages long, includes an instructive section on the pinhole camera and a chapter covering the history of photography and the men credited with inventing it.
By using a simple pinhole camera, acclaimed artist photographer Tom Hunter explored a variety of historical and modern spaces in the city's historic Jewellery Quarter and Colmore Business District.
To help make ID cards, Dad also constructed an effective and useful pinhole camera out of a cardboard box," said Stuart.