The workshop is led by designer of the Matchbox Camera and avid pinhole photographer Chris McNulty. You will build your camera from a single A4 sheet of high quality kraft paper.
Everyone attending the workshop will receive a Matchbox Camera kit, including film, and build it into a working pinhole camera. You will have to be comfortable using a sharp knife and ruler.
Introductory price £20 per person. From 11am to 2pm on February 8th at Crownpoint Studios, Crownpoint Street, Glasgow. Call, text or E-mail email@example.com to book a place. Places are limited to six.
See images taken with the camera on Twitter @papercamera.
Converting a box of matches into a pinhole camera has been a classic rainy day project for science students and the photo-curious for decades. Now for the first time PaperCamera.co.uk offers a brand new design in pinhole photography. With its long exposure times, the Matchbox Camera is perfect for still life, landscapes and ultra creative portraits.
Pinhole photography is a fantastic way for anyone to broaden their photographic horizons and explore their own creativity. See the world in a new way and go beyond the constraints of traditional lens based photography.
Location: Glasgow City