PINHOLE CAMERA WORKSHOP

Artist / Speaker
Clemens Schmid

PINEHOLE CAMERA WORKSHOP
FRIDAY, MAY 19TH 2017, 2:30pm

 

WORKSHOP:

[To be translated in Polish] The hobby of pinhole photography is cheap and easy to pick up. In this workshop, you will learn how you can make your own pinhole camera with simple materials and a little bit of patience!
 

The workshop is animated by Clemens, that is also exhibiting “memories in a matchbox” a photography project made with the same cameras that the one you will create (artofhitchhiking.eu/portfolio_page/memories-in-a-matchbox). The workshop will be in English.

 

 

The hobby of pinhole photography is cheap and easy to pick up. In this workshop, you will learn how you can make your own pinhole camera with simple materials and a little bit of patience!

 

The workshop is animated by Clemens, who is one the exhibiting artists. His photography project “memories in a matchbox” was made with the same kind of camera as you will learn to create in this workshop. Each participant will build their own camera with Clemens’ guidance and receive a crash course in how it works, how to use it and also how to avoid common mistakes. The workshop will be held in English.

We’ll provide the materials – but please bring your own tools. You’ll need a cutter, a ruler, scissors, a pen and a photography film. You can buy the film (a 200 asa color film for instance the Fujifilm Fujicolor 200) at Relax photo (open until 10pm! ul. Zgoda 13), Czarno-Bialy (Prosta 2/14) & many other places in Warsaw.

 

The workshop is open to everyone who’s old enough to hold a cutter!

looking forward to see you there!

Free workshop.

# Registration is closed, no more space for additional participants. 

 

 

ABOUT CLEMENS:

“After dropping out of my philosophy studies at university, I wanted to travel until I would get sick of it. What followed were three years of hitchhiking, dumpster diving, squatting, camping, intense friendships and lots of learning and experimenting. Philosophy nevertheless remained my biggest passion, permeating the things I do and weaving them into a constant dialogue with each other.”