More than a dozen HPS members made their way to George Ranch, just east of Sugar Land, Texas, this past Saturday, Feb. 12 to participate in a pinhole photography outing.
Organized by HPS activities coordinator Nathalie Brouard, this popular outing followed a successful program meeting about pinhole photography the previous Tuesday evening.
Individuals tested their new “pinhole lens” at George Ranch, which comprised of a drilled out camera body cap with clear plastic for the lens and a pinhole-sized hole fashioned from aluminum tape.
The clear plastic lens was then painted black to keep light from bouncing within the camera body.
On April 26, the special assignment category is “Pinhole Photography” for the April monthly print competition.
This coincides with Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day (WPPD). HPS is a selected event for WPPD.
To learn more about pinhole photography, visit the Wikipedia site.