What you see above is my attempt at making a Dirkon, a paper pinhole camera. Let’s see if it all pans out, since obviously its still a work in progress.
UPDATE: The only thing I haven’t done yet is make the actual pinhole.
Even if it looks like it was done in 15 minutes, it wasn’t.
Yes, the turn-lever does work.
4 thoughts on “The Dirkon from hell”
do you have pictures na?
i’m caving in on this one.
there’s a photo contest coming up in our society. pretty sure that 99% of submissions will be digital.
my field uses pinhole collimators a lot. so i figure, the best way to stand out is to use a pinhole camera.
If you plan to use this for a photo contest, meh, I don’t think most local photo contests is up for the pinhole aesthetic.
No pictures 🙂 Tamad pa e ;p Gawin na lang kasi 🙂
OR: Use your Holga! Mas maganda di hamak ang pinhole sa 120 film. Use the lens cap, tapos butasan mo na lang, o kaya para mas pino yung butas, tape hard foil sa gitna sa loob, tapos yun butasan mo 🙂