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How-To: Tea Canister Pinhole Camera

     Pinhole photography can be rewarding or frustrating depending on how the camera is designed. Even though all cameras are a box with a hole, the size and distance of that tiny hole can make or break a pinhole photograph.   In this article, I'll show how to use Mr. Pinhole website to design a Pinhole camera using a tea canister.  *If you haven't use Mr. Pinhole before, or this is your first time making a pinhole camera check How-To: Pinhole basics  first.  Tea Canister Step1: Measure the focal length      we need to measure the distance from where you plan to put the film/paper to the opposite side where the pinhole is installed. We are going to call this measurement focal length.   Canister 1- Focal length: 46mm Step 2: Calculate pinhole size      Now we will calculate the size of the pinhole we need to install to get the best exposure using  Pinhole Size Calculator (mrpinhole.com) This is the information we get: We use all measurements in mm to stay accurate Focal Lenght

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