Photography, Projects

pinhole camera making in the BLC

Last week children from 4 year 4 classes in BLC got out their rulers, pens, card and tape to transform a cardboard box into a pinhole camera, capable of taking photos. The whole process requires very careful and accurate measuring skills, which the children admirably showed. 120 pinhole cameras were made over 2 days, ready this week for taking pictures. Thankfully the sun is shining which will greatly help as the children time carefully and wait for enough light to go into the camera, onto the photographic paper at the back of their carefully sealed camera boxes. Great to see this project underway with workshop leaders from Fotosynthesis and their team of volunteers.