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June 20, 2015 AT 3:00 am

Make a Pinhole Shoebox Camera #celebratephotography

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From instructables user Mr.Fishers3:

This is a project that I did in Photography Class and not only is it a fun way to teach about the very fundamental mechanics of photography, it creates some fun and interesting photos too. The shoebox camera is the simplest of all cameras. It has no moving parts and can be built and used by just about anyone(that has access to developing equipment). It has no lens, rather a pinhole which, because of physics, will act like a lens because of its small size.

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