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Learn how to create attractive pinhole cameras out of paper - which actually work! This title provides readers with creative fun, the low-tech and low-cost way. It includes a CD of templates for creating the cameras. Both beginner and experienced photographers will love these! Even in the age of digital, we can have plenty of creative fun the low-tech (and low-cost) way: by building cool paper cameras and exploring the fascinating world of pinhole photography. Justin Quinell takes photography back to its roots by demonstrating how to create attractive pinhole cameras - which actually work! Instead of a lens, these cameras have a very tiny hole that 'focuses' every point of light passing through it onto paper, thus imprinting the image permanently. A CD, included with the book, contains seven templates for making the cameras; the guide provides directions and advice on shooting successful, artistic pinhole photographs in many different conditions. Both beginning and experienced photographers will find these eye-opening.
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