HANCOCK -- Make your own pocket-sized pinhole camera using common household materials and ordinary 35mm film that can be developed at any one-hour lab! Learn the special properties and techniques particular to pinhole cameras from instructor / photographer Stephanie Trevino and be inspired to see the world in a brand new way.
"Windows," a photograph made with a pinhole camera by photographer Stephanie Trevino, who will offer a Pinhole Camera class Saturday, July 17, at the Community Arts Center in Hancock. (Photo courtesy Community Arts Center)
Pinhole photography creates unique, dream-like imagery and is fun and accessible to everyone, regardless of previous experience.
The Pinhole Camera class will be held from Noon to 3 p.m. on Saturday, July 17, at the Copper Country Community Arts Center in Hancock. The class fee of $36 includes materials. Please register for the class by Wednesday, July 14.
Call the Arts Center at 482-2333 to register or to obtain more information. The Copper Country Community Arts Center is located at 126 Quincy Street in Hancock.