Our Classroom as a Pinhole Camera

Last year photography students Jack Abrams and TinaMarie Haskell used their 20% independent project time to figure out how to turn our classroom into a pinhole camera. This year, I incorporated his discoveries to give students an exploratory experience in understanding the most basic form of a camera. The image below is an inverted image (Physics law of refraction) of a student in the class standing outside our window in a field.   DSC00602