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Worldwide Pinhole Photography day 27 April

— April 2014

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Michael Waite, Untitled, 2013. Pinhole camera image Courtesy and © Michael Waite

There are plenty of reasons to celebrate in April, and not just because we all get some much needed time off! In Australia the celebrations are not just for Easter but also for Anzac Day. April is also the month of Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day, 27 April. To celebrate the Australian Centre for Photography has planned a special workshop and exhibition dedicated to the art of Pinhole.

They also have Heritage Photography Tours with architectural photographer Richard Glover scheduled to start early in May, and there are still a few spots left.

Pinhole Photography Workshop

A$180 adult | A$150 concession

This hands on course lets you explore the basic principles of photography by relinquishing control and spending the day making photographs with simple pinhole camera. Enrolment is online.

Heritage Photography Tours

Learn about the wonder of Sydney's historical architecture whilst developing your photographic skills with architectural photographer and ACP tutor, Richard Glover.

Starting from Macquarie Street and heading towards Circular Quay, experience first-hand tuition in the basic principles of architectural photography, and explore the cityscape of one of the greatest cities in the world.

This series of walking photography tours is part of Australia's  National Trust 2014 Heritage Festival. To attend the tours you need to book.

Saturday 3 May 
Cost: $40 

Saturday 24 May 
Cost: $40

Please note that the Australian Centre for Photography is closed over the whole Easter weekend.

Australian Centre for Photography
257 Oxford Street
Paddington, NSW 2021

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