11 thoughts on “lunargraphy

    • Thanks so much!!
      Yes, this was taken on a full moon night with an exposure time of eigth hours!!
      I have to admit that I was lucky because the building on the left (with the cranes) is the Sagrada Familia in Barcelona, which is one of the most (if not the most) visited by tourist and travelers from all over the world and, as such, there are strong spotlights illuminating the building until almost midnight.

      • Oh, I see! This is a most fantastic shot : ) I’ve been meaning to try out night photography with my pinhole. I hope I can capture something like this!

  1. Stunning!! Eight hours, wow!
    You just gave me an idea, thanks! But, on the other hand… hmmm…
    Do you know how a plastic camera with film handles to be outdoors a whole night when it is about -10 to -15
    degrees C? Do the plastic Holga crack?
    We have a beautiful wether here right now, with full moon and stars during the nights, but it is so terribly cold….
    It would be nice to try though…

  2. Lunagraphy is such a fun and unpredictable form of photography. So many factors outside the control of the photographer can make or break the image. I’ve tried my hand at it a few times with varying success. Just the idea that we can use a pinhole camera to capture the movement of the moon for an entire night is pretty awesome isn’t it?

    • Thank you very much Marie!
      If look up in the comments, youo will see that you didn’t miss it at the time I posted, but it was almost five years ago and the memory plays tricks on us!
      Definetively you should try it!!!

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