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Cylindrical Cameras

We also made cameras out of La Choy noodle cans and Pringles cans.

Here is a picture of the interior of the cans being painted in my garage.
(image taken with .15mm pinhole 24mm from 24mmx 50mm frame on normal ISO200 35mm film, 36 second exposure)

On the cylindrical and matchbook cameras, we used electron microscope apertures for pinholes. Here I am putting them in mounts so they can be attached to cameras.
(image taken with .15mm pinhole 24mm from 24mmx 50mm frame on normal ISO200 35mm film, 36 second exposure)

Here we are making the cylindrical cameras.
(image taken with .5mm pinhole 5" from 4"x 5" photographic paper, 1 hour exposure. The actual camera making only took about 30 minutes and classroom was empty for the rest of the time)

Some images with the cylindrical cameras were taken by Luke, Ben, and Sam.