But I then decided I was going to make one, a pinhole camera that is. So I scoured the internet for instructions on how to make one. I found many good instructions but they all called for paper film which would require me developing it on my own. I'm not so into the buying all the things necessary for developing, all though I did find instructions on how to do that too and it seems simple enough. But It seems cheaper to take a roll of film to the store and have them developed. In fact it is.
So I then found the perfect instructions. For a matchbox pinhole camera. Matchboxpinhole.com that's the website if you want to go there.
It's awesome. So all I had to buy was film and tape. Today I made my camera because I finished all my work for the week. Yes I know I'm amazing. anyways... the end result is a bit on the ugly side so I covered my cam in scrapbook paper to make it uber cute.
The first picture I took with it was of a potato with my awesome necklace.
I know Potato?! but remember that story in the Wayside book about the kid who could get a tatoo and all the kids were telling him to get all these really cool things and he came back the next day with a tatoo of a potato on his ankle. Oh LOL I love that story so that's why the potato.
Plus if the picture doesn't really come out it's not a big loss.
Plus here is my amazing roommate playing her ukulele singing the song she wrote. yes she's quite creative.