This working pinhole camera in a pop-up book is a fun and educational way to learn about the basic principles of photography.
The book concisely explains- while actively demonstrating- how a structure as humble as a folded piece of paper can tap into the intrinsic properties of light to produce a photograph.
Once you open the pages and learn how pinhole photography works, then you get to put the theory into practice. The back of the book gives you all the steps that you might need from creating your own developer with household items to using photo gear.
You then can easily turn a room in your home into a darkroom and process photos using household supplies.
The book includes a working paper pop-up 4" x 5" camera with pinhole lens, a lightproof bag with five sheetsof light sensitive photo paper, and development instructions as well as instructions on how to use the camera.
Desgined by Kelli Anderson.