Before digital cameras were invented, pinhole cameras were used as an early form of photography. These simple cameras rely on the camera obscura or pinhole effect, a natural optical phenomenon which uses light to project an inverted image through a pinhole. Use everyday materials to create your very own camera and watch as your unique photographs are developed before your eyes.
Objectifs is a non-profit arts space dedicated to photography and film. Their mission is to broaden perspectives and inspire through the power of images.
Admission: $35 per ticket
Limited spaces available. Visit pinholenms.peatix.com for registration.
Venue: National Museum of Singapore, Seminar Room, Level 2
When: 15 Dec 2018, 2pm - 5pm