How To: Build a 4x5 pinhole camera

Build a 4x5 pinhole camera

Attention photography lovers! Put down the digital camera for a day and try this DIY project out, constructing a camera that dates back to as early as 4th century BC.

Make your own DIY pinhole camera at home with this excellent twelve-part video tutorial. With the help of Australia-based photographer, David Amos, learn how to construct your very own 4x5 large format pinhole camera from scratch in the comfort of your own home.

A pinhole camera is a camera at its most primitive. It uses no lens and a single, very tiny aperature. The smaller the hole, the sharper the image. You can manually operate the shutter to create an length of exposure, sure to create some rather interesting results.

(1) Part 1 of 13 - How to Build a 4x5 pinhole camera, (2) Part 2 of 13 - How to Build a 4x5 pinhole camera, (3) Part 3 of 13 - How to Build a 4x5 pinhole camera, (4) Part 4 of 13 - How to Build a 4x5 pinhole camera, (5) Part 5 of 13 - How to Build a 4x5 pinhole camera, (6) Part 6 of 13 - How to Build a 4x5 pinhole camera, (7) Part 7 of 13 - How to Build a 4x5 pinhole camera, (8) Part 8 of 13 - How to Build a 4x5 pinhole camera, (9) Part 9 of 13 - How to Build a 4x5 pinhole camera, (10) Part 10 of 13 - How to Build a 4x5 pinhole camera, (11) Part 11 of 13 - How to Build a 4x5 pinhole camera, (12) Part 12 of 13 - How to Build a 4x5 pinhole camera, (13) Part 13 of 13 - How to Build a 4x5 pinhole camera

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