Students learn how to capture the world in another way.
The pinhole camera is a very suitable tool for this because the small hole looks at the world differently than our eyes or the lens of a camera.
A pinhole image has this unique look and feel where everything ordinary becomes special.
Students explore what impact perspective has on the image and use their creativity and imagination.
It is also possible to adjust a workshop to suit your needs.
For example, we can work with topics such as the history of photography, new media, nature, light and the environment or even built a pinhole room. A pinhole room is a giant walk-in pinhole camera on a real-life scale.
Apart from the classes art – and cultural education, this workshop also fits well in physics and math classes and is actually cross-curricular. A practical class can be preceded by a theory class about pinhole photography in which light and the working of light are explained.
The workshop can also be combined with a presentation of my own work as a photographer combined with a visit to my studio.
For this workshop, we need a room which can easily be darkened.
In this dark room, we develop the pictures. Any room where it is possible to darken the windows with black plastic is suitable. But even a large walk-in closet will do.
The workshop takes from one-hour minimum to a whole week.
By choice, options can be left out or combined.
Construction sets are available to make the cameras.
For very short workshops, readymade cameras are available.
A maximum of 15 students can participate in this workshop.
In the case of more than 15 students, we can split up the group into two parts.
A workshop will cost between € 100 – and € 700 –
For more information and related costs, feel free to contact me.
You can also read this blog post about a workshop pinhole photography showing a short video by Hans ten Berge for local television.