Pinhole cameras are bare-bones devices, eschewing lenses in favor of simple tiny apertures that light passes through to capture images on film inside the camera. They can be fashioned from pretty much any lightproof container: a shoebox, a soup can or even an empty container of spam. For about a decade, science teacher Don Jolley has taught eighth . . .

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