Step back from the rapidly evolving digital world and see how simple creating a photographic image can be.

A pinhole camera is the simplest way to take a photo. You can make one from almost anything: a packet, a tin, a box, or even a room. Then  with a tiny pinhole, use the natural properties of light to create images that are unique, enigmatic and often unexpected.

Add in old-fashioned photographic paper and develop in chemicals to record the image forever. find out more by coming to one of my courses: teachers, book your class for an in-school session; adults or families can come to a workshop.

Click for details of workshops in Dover for World Pinhole Day 2013.

Contact me for more details.

Andrew Denyer