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    Quote Originally Posted by Worker 11811 View Post
    . . . You could cut the appropriate aperture in the side of the light bulb then slide it into a cardboard tube with the correct pinhole. . . .
    I had thought to cut off the neck of the bulb and place the pinhole there for a full 360 degree coverage.

    Thanks for the tip on submerging glass in water before cutting. This would also work on light bulbs by breaking the glass tip concealed in the base and filling with water before submerging.

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    A true fanatic would suck the egg white and yolk out through a pinhole, inject the emulsion into the pinhole with a syringe, roll it around to coat the interior, wait a week for it to dry and then use the pinhole to make the image.

    A negative image from the inside of an eggshell could be "de-fished" with appropriate software and printed as a positive, but that probably does not meet the level of fanaticism inherent in the concept of eggshell pinhole photography.

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    It's a nice idea. I'd reversal process it so there'd be no digital or other trickery.

    But has anyone tried it with an ant's egg?

    http://s3.hubimg.com/u/662526_f248.jpg

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