my pin hole camera pictures

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  1. holderbeam

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    kk made a pin hole camera withj a shoe box only got one good picture and here it is

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    This is really cool! Great job. I've always wanted to try this. It looks like a double exposer infrared.
     
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    Comes out better if you invert it with PS, this is a negative.
     
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    How do i do that i just chucked it in developer,stop,stick,wash and scanned it in??
     
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    well . . . in darkroom you can do a contact print, and in photoshop you can . . . do this open your file, press "command+i" or in windows cntrl + i or something, then save it as a new name or over it or whatev.
     
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    ooo right i get ya cheers heres the invert looks alot more like a normal photo now

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    See, now you got a work of art there :)
     
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    Looks pretty nice. I've wanted to try making a pin-hole camera for a while now, just never found the time.
     
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    great job! Those are so much fun
     
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    Ill have to try that. I am getting my DR setup here soon! Can't WAIT!!!

    Josh
     
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    yeah its so fun and simple just paint the inside of the box black and place the paper in there and get to shooting
     
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    good fun. how long was the exposure?
     

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