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Here’s a neat idea for photographic experimentation: create a pinhole camera out of photographic paper by folding it into an origami box with the light-sensitive side on the inside. The hole that is used to blow the box into its shape is also used to expose the inside to the outside world. After exposing it, simply unfold it and process it using standard developer and fix.
If you’ve ever found folding up a reflector to be difficult, here’s a short and sweet video tutorial on how to make it fit back into its bag.
Looking for a neat new way to show off your photographs? Foldplay has a cool web application that can help you print and fold your very own kaleidocycle, a moving paper sculpture that turns endlessly.
All you need are 4 photographs and some glue. Upload the photographs through the online form, print the resulting image, and fold away! All the instructions needed to make the kaleidocycle are included in the printout.
This might make for a fun project your kids will enjoy, or a small gift idea your friend might appreciate!