Today is Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day. A camera is basically a light-tight box with a hole to let light in. A pinhole camera is thus a camera in this most basic sense. As a photo enthusiast, I made a pinhole  camera  and shot a roll of film with. I haven't developed the pictures yet, but when I do, I'll share them here. Even if you're not a big photography fan, pinhole cameras are really quite fun, and they're a great way to get back into film. Here's the bang-up job I did making mine.
I also worked in the theater where I'm employed today. I'm one of several lighting and sound technicians that we have, so I don't work too frequently in there. The local Sheriff department was having an event where they had hired a Johnny Cash impersonator to perform. The crew had brought their own sound system, so all I really had to do was adjust the lighting. With so much time on my hands, but not enough to make it worthwhile to go home, I played around in the theater and took some photos of the back stage area.

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