top of page

Digital Pinhole Photography

with David Rehor

TWD-021823

Course Image Placeholder.jpg

This Class is Full, but New Courses are Being Added Regularly!

Be Sure to Check Our Class Listings for More Fun and Engaging Art Opportunities

Date

Saturday

February 18, 2023

1:00PM - 4:00PM

Tuition 
(Select One)
Materials Fee (Paid at the Beginning of Class)

N/A

Quantity
8 Seat(s) Still Available
arrow&v
Student(s)
Add to Cart
(Please Choose 'Member' or 'Non-Member' First)

Class Description

Students will adapt their cameras to make pictures without the use of a lens! Students will learn some history of pinhole photography and its unique creative possibilities. Each student will be provided materials for making their own digital pinhole camera using their existing DSLR or mirrorless camera. Each student will be provided a 1) lens cap (must submit the camera they are using two weeks prior to class so appropriate lens caps can be ordered), 2) black "cinema" foil, and 3) gaffers tape. The instructor will provide the necessary tools to construct the "pinhole cap". We will do some fun shooting around the facility, but everyone gets a pinhole cap to take home.


Please click here to view current Covid 19 prevention policies and requirements

Materials List

Each student must have a digital DSLR or mirrorless camera. Brand or model level does not matter as long as the camera can be set to "shoot without lens". Note: will not work on a camera phone!

Minimum Age

14 years and older

About the Instructor

David Rehor is employed by Radford University as adjunct professor of photography. He also lectures and teaches photography workshops regionally, such as, The Taubman Museum, the New River Community College S.T.E.M. Campus, and the Fine Arts Center for the New River Valley. In addition, David have over 24 years of freelance commercial and fine art photography experience.

https://rehorphoto.com/

Class Registration and Cancellation Policy

Advance Registration Required.


Registration: Class registrations are confirmed on a first-come, first-served basis.


Cancellation/Refund: The Floyd Center for the Arts will conduct classes for which an adequate number of students are registered. Class status is determined 1 week before the first date of the class, unless otherwise noted. Acceptance of payment does not guarantee that a class will run. If the Center must cancel a scheduled class, students who registered for such classes will be given the opportunity to transfer their payments to another course or receive a full refund of their tuition payment.


Student Withdrawals: Students withdrawing from a class before the cancellation period has ended, (one week prior to the start of class, unless otherwise noted) can receive a full refund or may transfer their payments to another class of their choice. Students who withdraw after the cancellation period has closed or after class has started, will not receive a refund.

bottom of page