The Revival of Pinhole Photography (contd.)
The June 1975 issue of Popular Photography published the
article "Pinholes for the People", based on Phil Simkin's month-
long project with 15,000 hand-assembled and preloaded
pinhole cameras in the Philadelphia Museum of Art. People
came into the museum, picked up a camera, made an
exposure. The images, developed in a public darkroom in the
museum, were continually displayed in the museum
Brooklyn Bridge,
Dona McAdams,