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London UK - 16-18 Ramillies St, Soho, London W1F 7LW, UK
Discover pinhole photography and other alternative processes with photographer Justin Quinnell

In this hands-on, practical workshop, experiment with pinhole photography and other processes such as turmeric photography, camera obscura, solargraphy and origarmmes. You will learn to make and use a pinhole camera, as well as many other experimental and alternative photographic processes.
The workshop, which takes place the day before Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day, will begin with a short talk by Justin on his own creative practice followed by a full day of activities, including usage of a pop-up darkroom in the Gallery’s camera obscura.
All participants will make many images throughout the day to take home with them. DSLR or mirrorless camera and body cap required. Please write to info@tpg.org.uk if you have any questions. 
Led by photographer Justin Quinnell.
Details on how to access the sessions will be confirmed one week before event date. Please check your junk folders if you haven't received an email from TPG staff confirming your place. 

Justin Quinnell was born and lives in Bristol. He has a BA (Hons) degree in fine art photography from Derby Lonsdale College under John Blakemore and Paul Hill. He is considered to be one of the world experts in pinhole photography and camera obscuras which he has been teaching for 30 years at all levels from primary to university level and at many universities in the UK, US and Australia. Other establishments have included: the Science Museum, The British Library, Lacock Abbey, Lomo New York and the Corcoran in Washington DC. He has done lecture tours of the US, Australia, New Zealand and Hong Kong. For the past 20 years he has been an Associate Lecturer in photography at Falmouth University.
He has had many exhibitions and publications of his work from The Smithsonian Magazine to Dentistry Today and was pinhole photography consultant for the Rachel Weisz/Mark Ruffalo movie The Brothers Bloom and on NASA’s website. He has made many TV appearances (The One show, Jonathan Ross show, Blue Peter, Radio 4 Today, Absolute Genius with Dick and Dom) and most recently George Clarke's Amazing Spaces. He has had two books published of his work, Mouthpiece and Make your own paper camera, and a third publication for teachers, Discovering Light (2019)


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Workshop: Pinhole Photography16-18 Ramillies St, Soho, London W1F 7LW, UK