Site: National Museum of Singapore
Coupla of my favourite pictures from the pinhole camera we made at AKI school for an assignment to observe and capture light on a site. The pictures from the Dirkon (previous post) didn’t turn out fantastic; these are from a matchbox pinhole camera which provided more support (when operating the shutter), produces sharper images (shorter focal length than the Dirkon) and is much easier to make. The only downside is that i seem to capture my fingers in the pictures subconsciously and the shorter focal length (as compared to the Dirkon) requires a shorter exposure time, thus a higher possibility of overexposure. Sheesh, enough geek speak.
Anyway, i’m 3 weeks deep into AKI school and it has insane(ly fun); it’s where you find out that you don’t really have a life (other than school) anymore because, lets just say, AKI has eaten it up, there’s no monday blues because there’s no weekend to look forward to anyway & that
sleep is for the weak sleep is optional.
I’m sure i’m making it sound worse than it really is, but am loving (& living) every moment of it ;)