The Edinburgh pinhole photography festival, which brings together six UK pinhole photographers for an exhibition at the Royal Botanic Garden in Edinburgh, is this year supported by Harman.
The festival will also include a series of workshops and each afternoon the large festival darkroom opens its door to all pinhole photographers so they can use the darkroom as a base to develop their own images. They will be able to make prints on Ilford Multigrade paper as paper negatives and contact prints. There will also be a chance for photographers to test out the new Harman Titan 5x4 pinhole camera from Ilford Photo and Harman Direct Positive FB paper.
Most of the events will take place in the large Fletcher Building at the Botanic Gardens Base where the darkroom is situated. Other workshops and events will take place at Stills Gallery and the Camera Obscura building in the city center. The festival runs from 5-17 March 2012.
Full details on the artists that will be exhibiting and the events that will be happening during the festival can be found at Pinhole Photography Festival