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Pinhole/zone plate workshop with Scott McMahon

Posted 27 February, 2006 in Pinhole + Workshops

The Controlled Light Leak: Beyond the Oatmeal Container with Scott McMahon

August 4-8 (5 day)

Learn new methods of pinhole imaging, camera design and concept. Participants will investigate the different principles of pinhole and construct and then photograph with their own camera creations. We will experiment with and even make our own zone plates (a distant relative of pinhole), retrofit existing cameras, 35mm, medium and large format, Holga, even digital pinhole apertures. We will also explore slit imaging and multiple pinholes in this 5-day lens-free extravaganza.
Beginner to advanced.

Scott McMahon received his MFA from Massachusetts College of Art in Boston and BFA from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia where he is currently teaching Non-Silver Printmaking. Scott also teaches photography at the University of Pennsylvania and is former Department Head of Photography at Peters Valley. His work has been published in Pinhole Photography, Rediscovering a Historic Technique by Eric Renner, The Book of Alternative Photographic Process by Christopher James as well as Pinhole Journal Vol. 11#1, Vol. 12 #1, and Vol. 15 #2. Scott has exhibited throughout the United States in many group and solo exhibitions.

Tuition: $425
Lab Fee: $50

Please contact Andy Schmitt – aschmitt AT aandy DOT org
or
Peters Valley Craft Center
19 Kuhn Rd
Layton, NJ 07851
US

This years Photography concept is "From Dag’s to Digital"

Please check it out at petersvalley.org

Via the f295 Pinhole Forum

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