Eighth grade students have recently completed their Pinhole Photography Books. They begin the eighth grade year making a pinhole camera from a box, often a shoebox. They learn about how a camera works, exposure and chemical processing. They then use their cameras to take pinhole photos that they process themselves in the darkroom. Students do a piece of creative writing and format their pages on the computer using Adobe Photoshop. They design the cover, and illustrate their writing with their pinhole photographs. Parents were invited to the book reception to see all of the books. If you would like to view the projects sit back and enjoy the Animoto presentation of Pinhole Photography Books 2011-12.