Pin-hole Photography

Photography has come a long way, from the Camera-Obscura to the present “digital era” .Pin hole cameras were one of the earliest  media used to create and produce photographs and here I present to you some of my Pin-hole camera photographs that I made during a one week workshop with British-Kenyan photographer Sam Hopkins from 21st-23rd March at Makerere University Kampala, Uganda.

My 2 Pin-hole cameras were made from a wine box and a tin.

 

Martin & Jimmy Johns.

Martin & Jimmy Johns.

 

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The Ceramics studio at Margaret Trowel School of Industrial & Fine Arts. Makerere University

 

The Makerere Art Gallery.

The Makerere Art Gallery.

 

The Design Studio.

The Design Studio.

 

Kingdom House

Kingdom House

 

The administration block

The administration block

 

View of the ceramics studio from the admin block.

View of the ceramics studio from the admin block.

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