No Mirror, no Lens - a workshop for Young People
Pinhole photography has always been a passion of mine. I made my first pinhole camera back in 1977 and have been playing with the idea ever since.
This workshop for young people uses professionally made cameras that take 120 roll film to produce 12 square exposures.
The workshop takes the form of a photowalk around Oxford focusing on composition and the use of long exposures.
After the workshop I will have your film processed, scanned and printed to produce reminders of your day that are ready for framing.
The prints, negatives and a disk of your images will be sent to in a presentation box around 10 days after the date of your workshop.
10.00am - 3.00pm
Loan of a camera included.*
120 film included.
Film processing, scanning and printing included.
Disk of images included.
Course notes included.
Not included - tripod or lunch.
Places limited to five people
Please contact me to book (Current DBS certificate available on request).
*Camera are available to buy at cost - these cost £95 including postage
Cost of day - £55