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Pinhole Photography By
Justin Quinnell

For: lectures, workshops, obscuras, prints, commissions, the odd pint etc, Contact: justinquinnell @ hotmail.com





Next public talks - workshops - TV stuff


March 4th
Thelma Hulbert Gallery
Honiton
March 11th - 14th
Big Bang Fair
NEC Birmingham
March 24th
Aristotles Hole - Lecture - 7-30
Bristol University Queens Road
UBU
Pinholeday 2015
April 26th (My birthday!!!!)
Clifton Suspension Bridge
Bristol
May 15th
Hauser and Wirth
Bruton Somerset





Video instructions for opening beer cans safely can be found here, (1 minute in)


New - Camera obscura creation page
HERE

Obscura kits New - Room Camera Obscura kits - £15-00


The I-Scura
View the world as it should be seen. Upside down!

Instructions

1 Black out the inside of a laundry basket and a flip top litter bin with gaffer tape.

2 Find a lens that has a focal length of the height of the bin lid Try a selection of cheap, high magnification, 3+dioptre reading glasses.
(You can judge the focal length by focussing a window onto a white sheet of paper then measuring the distance).

3 Buy a cheap, thin white dust sheet.

4 Gaffer tape the whole lot together.

5 Put on somebody's head.




Eye, Eye Captain! (Obscura fun on the SS Great Britain)

As well as a way of viewing natural wonder,
it can also act as a handy inconspicuous disguise for anyone on the run from the CIA.

For more information on Obscuras visit my obscura page or Buy one here!