Making a pinhole camera can be done using a light-tight shoebox, a bit of black duct tape, black and white processing paper and a bit of aluminum foil. Create a pinhole camera to understand how manufactured cameras work with advice from a professional photographer in this free video on photography.
John Budden has been a professional photographer for more than 20 years. He is the owner of Shutter Priority Pro Imaging Lab. Budden specializes in all pro and consumer photo needs.