PCNS celebrated International Pinhole Photography Day with a workshop where people gathered to make their camera from a box then take their photographs. Most attending hadn’t tried this before and it was pleasing to see children and young people attending with their parents and carers. It was a great lively day and thanks go for all the work put in voluntarily by members of PCNS who shared their skills.
Below are just a few photographs from the day and a small selection of the pinhole photographs. We look forward to seeing you in 2016 and at events coming up with PCNS throughout the year.
PCNS will be running a Pinhole Photography day on 26th April at Burslem School of Art from 11am to 1pm.
On Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day the Photographers Collective North Staffordshire will be holding a pinhole photography workshop. Bring along a container that can be made light tight. We will show you how to turn it into a camera and make your own images from it on paper negatives.
The cost will be £5
To book e-mail – firstname.lastname@example.org