WPPD, Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day, is an international annual event. The pinholeday.org website is run by a group of volunteers, who work to encourage people to learn the basics of photography.
One way to learn is by joining one of the many workshops that take place around the globe on Pinholeday. If you host a workshop or other event related to Pinholeday, you can add it to the events page by using the submission form on that page. It will be published on the website once it has been approved by the organizing team.
Anyone, anywhere in the world, who makes a pinhole photograph on the last Sunday of April can upload it to pinholeday.org, where it will become part of the annual Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day online gallery. Read more on how to build a camera and how to participate on pinholeday.org. Happy pinholing!
Contribute your own work, or if you are not quite ready to take part, you can enjoy the work of other artists and get inspired for next year. Here are some links to follow:
- The Pinhole Day website.
- Pinhole photography – making a camera text by Jesseca Ferguson and photography by Walter Crump.
- Join Pinhole day on Facebook.
- See work from artists working with pinholes.
by Gary Fabbri, Malin Fabbri and Peter Wiklund
From pinhole to print will guide you from drilling your first pinhole to printing your first pinhole photograph. It is an easy to read, step-by-step guide to making a pinhole camera and creating images.
The quick and easy way to learn how to build a pinhole camera!