Pinhole Camera Photography – POSTPONED
April 25, 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM$60
Who says mud season in Maine is boring? On the contrary, the view through an aperture of a pinhole camera can give a whole new perspective to the chilly wet month of April. A pinhole camera is a simple camera without a lens. Each participant in this workshop will create a light proof box with a small hole through which light passes and then projects an inverted image on the opposite side of the box onto photo paper. This is known as the camera obscura effect. Participants will develop their images in the Waterfall Arts darkroom and become acquainted with the basics of black and white photo processing. No matter your level of experience, come bundle up and take your cameras and creative spirit into the great unknown; the Waterfall Arts property. Promise of hot cocoa to finish off the adventure!
PINHOLE CAMERA PHOTOGRAPHY
with Mike Fletcher
Saturday, April 25
1:00 PM – 4:00 PM
$60 / $54 with member discount
Members receive class discounts! Check out our membership program here.
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR:
Mike Fletcher graduated from Montserrat College of Art in Beverly, Massachusetts, and later went on to study at the Art Students League where he monitored for the Russian realist painter Leonid Gervits. An active member of the Mid-Coast Maine arts community for over two decades Mike has performed with the Belfast Maskers, exhibited with Art Fellows, and taught at Waterfall Arts. Currently Mike is the Facility Manager for Waterfall Arts and also the coordinator of the life drawing program.