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Pinhole Photography By
Justin Quinnell

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




New - Room Camera Obscura kits - £15-00





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 20th - September 2014
Awfulogrammes
(Exhibition - Residency)
The Bear Pit - Bristol




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


New - Camera obscura creation page
HERE

Obscura kits - £15-00 Buy one HERE


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!