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Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day at Looking Glass Photo 

Sun., May 1 2011
510-548-6888
Every year on the last Sunday in April people around the world take part in Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day. This year that day was Easter, so we're having our annual workshop and celebration this coming Sunday, May 1st.

Come join in the fun! $10 for adults and $5 for kids 12 and under - that gets you all-day access to our darkroom, camera-building materials & supplies, and personalized one-on-one assistance. We always have a bunch of fun. We also encourage folks to bring their own boxes/tins/light-tight objects to make cameras out of. But if you don't have anything like that, we will provide!

Once you've made your camera and created some images you can pick your favorite and we'll scan it and upload it to the WPPD website gallery for you, where it will join photos submitted from all over the world.

Check out the website for all sorts of info about the day (now in its eleventh year), and to check out galleries from Pinhole Photography Days of the past. http://www.pinholeday.org

Call Looking Glass to sign up! 510-548-6888 lookingglassphoto.com

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