Morrie & Oslo + Gudily: Pinhole Camera

It’s finally here! After a lot of researching, prototyping, frequent wrong-cutting, and a constant hoping there may be enough spare moments in our weekend to get our fingers moving and our brain full of crafty delights, we have finally polished up our 35mm pinhole camera and it turns out so well, we couldn’t be happier! And the goodies from Gudily is the perfect adornment for the cutesy factor, hands down.

We took a stroll through the park with our patterned pinhole camera. When the sun is high, then it’s time for an adventure with a camera in your pocket and the whole city free for your imaginations up on your sleeves.

Keep an eye for the upcoming post. It will be featured with other Gudily goodness, we just can’t stop playing with these beauts. And by the way, it’s really is the perfect time for picnic, isn’t it? :p

More photos after the jump!

Work in Progress: Morrie & Oslo x Gudily Pinhole Camera

Work in Progress: Morrie & Oslo x Gudily Pinhole Camera

We’ve always had a soft spot for camera, particularly the analogue one, ever since we could remembered. The mechanism inside, the crisp sound of its shutter button, and the tone and feel of the processed film. And the thought of making a camera by ourselves seemed like a doable project and blablabla long story short, we’ve decided to make a working pinhole camera ourselves from scratch. The other main reason for this project is so that we can get to play with the super-cute goodies that Gudily has sent over in the last few months.

Anyway, here is the progress that we are currently working on so far. Hope it came out fine and working :)