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Pinhole Photography

Naturevolume 115page678 (1925) | Download Citation



WHILST the design of the photographic lens has received so much attention of recent years and its performance has reached such a high state of perfection, the possibilities of the simple “pinhole” camera are apt to be overlooked and forgotten. The accompanying photograph (Fig. 1) of the Royal College of Science, which I have taken recently by means of the “pinhole” method, may therefore be of interest to readers of NATURE. The following are particulars of the photograph:

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  1. Royal College of Science, South Kensington, London, S.W.7.

    • B. K. JOHNSON


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