Curious about how people took the first ever photos in the early 1800s? This is a workshop not to be missed!
Create and experiment with your very own personal pin-hole camera to take and develop physical photographs.
This collaborative workshop was developed together with the talented Singapore based photographer and pin-hole camera expert JimOrca. You will be guided to turn reclaimed pallet wood into a fully functional pin-hole camera.
To complete the experience, you will be given photo papers to take pictures and thereafter, learn the chemical process to develop it in a dark room to produce a “negative”. You can then convert it into a positive image digitally through an app.
*Note: Suitable for ages 10 and above. Adults are welcome too! (Participants below 12 years old have to be accompanied by an adult.)
*Min 10 pax to commence
Image Credit: Ground-Up Initiative (GUI)
Price: 120 SGD
Ground-Up Initiative 91 Lorong Chencharu (Yishun) Singapore 769201