11.00am to 3.00pm, Wednesday 22 August
L'Oréal Young Scientist Centre
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Learn how to build your own pinhole camera and use it to produce black and white images in our dark room.
As well as finding out the chemistry of how photographic images are formed and developing their own pictures students will understand the simple optics of image formation.
The workshop will also show how this retro technology links directly to digital images and could spark a lifelong interest in photography.
This workshop is strictly for 10–12 year-olds only.Please note this workshop will include a 30 minute unsupervised lunch break. Students should bring their own lunch and a drink.
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