This project provided an opportunity to appreciate non-traditional photography. This project provided students exposure to and experience with non-traditional photography. The students learned about the way light travels and affects the way one captures images, the importance of exposure times and f-stops, and the composition of an image. The youth also had a chance to understand the philosophy behind pinhole photography, and then build traditional pinhole cameras out of tin cans, giant boxes, and matchboxes. This class also included teaching Ugandan artists the basics of photography and pinhole camera construction, which has made the project sustainable. At the culmination of this project, it was chosen to become a permanent class at "In Movement."