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 camerasthat 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!