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Using a Wide-Angle Lens on Your Digital Camera
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How to Make a Pinhole Lens for Your Digital Camera

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Mount your camera on a tripod and shoot time exposures.

Your aperture is so small (it’s a pinhole!) that your pictures need long exposures, even in bright daylight. This figure shows an image exposed for three seconds with a pinhole lens on a digital camera.

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