Veldig analogt, men sikkert moro dersom du er fingerferdig og har noen ruller film til overs.
Corbis Press Release
Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day (http://www.pinholeday.org) is on April 27th 2008. This day celebrates the revived art of pinhole photography, the oldest form of camera photography.
Corbis, one of the world’s biggest image libraries, is helping celebrate this trend that counters our increasingly digital culture by unveiling a set of Corbis ReadyMech pinhole cameras, designed exclusively with Corbis images and illustrations (http://www.corbis.com/readycam).
Designed by one of New York’s hottest new graphic design firms called FWIS (http://www.fwis.com), the Corbis ReadyMech cameras let people take a break from their computers to instantly download for free, print and build their own pinhole camera, then snap away!
These cameras make it easy for everyone to join in on Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day:
- Build a Pinhole Camera: Download the designs and instructions at http://www.corbis.com/readycam
- Take Photos: April 27th is a day to have fun. Go out and take a fresh look at the world through a new pinhole camera.
- Share Photos with the World: Anyone, anywhere in the world, who makes a pinhole photograph on the last Sunday in April can scan it and upload it to this http://www.PinHoleDay.org where it will become part of the annual Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day celebration’s online gallery.