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Pinhole Box Truck
Nicole Croy, a photography teacher at Carroll High School, talks about her box truck pinhole camera while showing her big camera to people at the Downtown Gallery Hop.
Last updated: October 19, 2013 11:25 a.m.
Pinhole art an attraction at Gallery Hop
Photos by Cathie Rowand | The Journal Gazette
Nicole Croy, left, talks to Jeanine McComb about her Pinhole Extravaganza truck parked Friday outside Artlink as part of the Downtown Gallery Hop. Croy showed how the camera in the truck works and uses 5-by-8-foot negatives.
Croy stands inside the Pinhole Extravaganza truck with an image projected on the truck’s interior.