Celebrate World Pinhole Photography Day by capturing Haverfordwest in a different light using the ‘Camera Obscura’ photographic process, with community film maker and photographer, Sharron Harris and Visual Artist Pauline Le Britton.
Take time off from the increasingly technological digital world and learn how to make your own camera using old shoe boxes, coffee tins and Pringle tubes. Take and help develop your own photos of the town using ‘light and alchemy,’ and share your photo with people all over the world by scanning and uploading it to the World Pinhole Photography Day online gallery.
There are 2 sessions with a maximum of 10 places. Booking is on a first-come-first-served basis.
Suitable for ages 10yrs +, under 16s must be accompanied by an adult.
For more information on World Pinhole Photography day, and tips for making your camera visit the website: http://pinholeday.org/