I very much enjoy sharing this method of 'slow photography' in an exclusive workshop with a small group.
In this workshop you will get acquainted with the process of taking black and white pictures with a pinhole camera as well as building your own camera from cardboard, tape and a tin can.
I'll explain the basics of pinhole photography, and we'll each build our own pinhole camera. You will then learn to load photographic paper in the camera and be given instructions on how to use the camera. Following this we will use about an hour in the neighborhood, finding adequate motifs, each exposing our pieces of paper. Finally you will learn how to make a developing solution from Vitamin C, mint and washing soda and we'll develop the pictures together. We aim to produce 1-2 black and white photographs pr. person. Of course, everybody gets to keep their homebuilt camera as well as their pinhole photos!
All photos from workshop by Kristine Funch