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Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Sheri Brinkerhoff shows you how to make a pinhole camera

Posted By on Wed, Aug 29, 2012 at 11:00 AM

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Wednesday, Aug. 29 – Making a Pinhole Camera

7 p.m.

Urban ReThink

625 E. Central Blvd.

407-704-6895

urbanrethink.com

$5

Oh, HD. Thanks to you, technological marvel that you are, we get to see the foundation caked into our news anchors’ wrinkles, the pilling sweaters and dandruff-dusted shoulders of their guests; we can read the “Federal Bikini Inspector” T-shirt in the background of the pictures we take at that bar by the beach. When it comes to beauty, sometimes less is more: less perfection = more mystery. A pinhole camera can not only give us the ethereal images we seek, but niftily demonstrates an everyday magic trick as well with just a box with a hole poked in it, a light source and a basic working knowledge of physics. (Just kidding, the physics take care of themselves.) This workshop taught by photographer Sheri Brinkerhoff will simultaneously satisfy the desire for wabi-sabi and the DIY urge; check Urban ReThink’s website for suggested supplies. – Jessica Bryce Young

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