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Meet Our Team: Steve Clayton

Steve Clayton is our go-to problem solver. If you have a question about digital printing, ask Steve. His knowledge and experience helps keep our equipment running. Steve processes more than 450 rolls of color and B&W film every week. He also runs our Chromira printer to produce our exhibition-quality photographic prints. How long have you worked at Holland Photo Imaging? 21 years at all three locations. What was your first camera? Diana camera What is your favorite camera? Contax G2 Who has influenced your work? Paul Caponigro How did you get interested in photography? I was always interested. As a child, I would shoot on the Diana camera and wait for the prints to come back from the drugsto

7 Steps to Making a Pinhole Camera

This Sunday is Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day! In these 7 steps, you can make your own pinhole camera out of materials around the house and take black and white photos with it. 1. Gather materials You will need a box, photo paper, thin piece of metal like a can or brass shim, tape, xacto knife, needle, and sand paper. 2. Make pinhole The pinhole is like the lens of the camera. Poke a tiny hole in the brass shim with a needle and sand it smooth. Trim the shim so there is a little space around the hole. 3. Make camera box You can use a shoe box, oatmeal box, or whatever. The box must be light-proof. When the lid is on and the shutter is closed the inside is completely dark. The only light c