From: Temi (Temi@TemiOriginals.com)
Date: 01/03/03-03:38:07 AM Z
Hello - Thank you for the reply. Also, I'm glad I triggered your first
post. I am considering having a group make some of these small cameras
for the 2003 Pinhole Day. Do you tape the foil with the pinhole on the
outside or the inside of the film container? One more question - when
working with these 'small' cameras, do you find it more convenient to
use film or paper negatives? Thank you in advance. - Temi
From: Bear Shield [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Wednesday, January 01, 2003 8:02 PM
Subject: Re: 35mm Cannister for Pinhole Camera
Hi out there, this is my frist post to the list.
Make a lot of film cannister cameras to use with the kids I work with.
I frist make about a 1/8" to 1/4" hole in side of the cannister. On a
of heavy foil I put the smallest hole I can manage with a pin. then I
the foil over the hole in the side of the cannister.
The cans for bulk rolls work well also.
To infinity and beyond
>Happy New Year
>How large of a hole should be made in film container to hold the
>sheet. If the hole is small will the thickness of the container be a
>problem? Also do you preferably attach the pinhole sheet to the outside
>or inside of the 35mm film can?
>TIA - Temi
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