WFHS Photo Classes participated in 2019 World Pinhole Photograph Day on April 28
Sidney's World Pinhole Photograph Day entree: we left the window blinds closed during our 11 day exposure because if full sun came in the windows we thought it would be too bright, and overexpose he photographs.
Scan our code below to go to our OWN W. Floyd High School Photography Group page at the World PINhole Photo Day Website:
At the site, you will discover thousands of images realized by many different pinhole photographers from countries all over the world. All the photographs in this extraordinary collection share two common characteristics: they are lens-less photographs made from cameras as simple as an oatmeal box with a small pin hole. They also share an additional and less formal characteristic: the sincere enthusiasm of their creators who, by participating in this collective event, shared individual visions and techniques. Hence the amazing diversity of subjects, cameras, techniques and photographic materials combined in this exhibit!