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Photos by Marshall Gault and Kayla Patton

In my photography class, we were assigned to make a pinhole camera using cardboard. After piece together a body, shutter, and a slide to put the photo paper in, we went to our school’s courtyard. To create sharp images, we placed the camera on a still surface and exposed the photo paper through the pinhole for a set amount of time. 

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