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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 How the images get into the camera? Photography has always been a mystery! What does the pinhole camera teach us? WHAT DOES PINHOLE CAMERA TEACH US? Today we are going to learn important facts of something really neat, The pinhole camera! How the camera works? What is a Pinhole Camera? A simple camera that uses a pinhole to focus light on a surface behind it. All images created by a pinhole camera are inverted: the top becomes the bottom, left becomes right. This can also be called a camera obscura. Well, in the mid 1600s, a dark room, also know as a camera obscura, was cleverly used to transfer an outside image onto paper inside a room. To explain, a large room has a hole in one of the walls. When lights enters the small hole, the outside image is reflected onto the opposite wall. An artist, standing in the room, would then draw the image as it appears on the wall onto paper. How does a camera change a big scene into a small picture? To see for yourself, make a pinhole camera! Light from the object goes through thepinhole and produces an inverted image in full colour on the screen. This is because only light from one point on the object can reach a given point on the screen. Changing the distance from the pinhole to the object will change the size of the image. Other facts about your Pinhole Camera - Pinhole cameras need not be focused like ordinary cameras, they are always in focus - If you bring a pinhole camera very close to the object you are effectively increasing the size of the pinhole and the image will become blurred. - The inside of the pinhole camera is painted black to stop unwanted reflections inside. - The fact that the pinhole camera gives a clear image is very good evidence for the fact that light travels in straight lines. Why Pinhole Photography? The experience of image-making becomes a little more special when created with your own hand-made camera. With your own camera, infinite depth-of-field, skewed perspectives, and slower exposures, you may ultimately become more creative and more selective about what you choose to photograph.Super Powers appear and Magical things happen in pinhole photography!... Your Phinole Camera Its not designed to make photography simple; its designed to make photography fun." Did you know April 29this Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day? Before the creation of what we know today as digital cameras, what did people do to have a copy of a certain image? The Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day (or WPPD) is an international event created to promote and celebrate the art of pinhole photography.People can build their own pinhole cameras, take a pinhole picture and share it with other people from all over the world.
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