A creative course allowing you to explore the making of pinhole cameras using both purchased and found materials. An exciting way to recycle your shoe boxes, cereal box, old cardboard tubes, broken cameras. Get advice on how to take interesting photographs, turn an area into a mini temporary dark room and learn about the history behind them. Access our vintage dark room on site at Brockley and print some sample images from you handmade camera.Pinhole photography is a great way to get into analogue photography as this technique comes from the beginning of the history of photography. Pinhole photography is exciting, unexpected as the photographer cant frame or focus, or read the light for exposure. It is a relaxing process that will help learners to slow down and observe the world before taking a photograph.