pinhole photography by jesús joglar
solargraphy recorded from 22 June 2013 until 21 February 2014 [8 months]
Thanks a lot, Seb!
Fabulous! I’m so enjoying your solargraphs!
Thank you Jacki!!1
I am glad you like them!
Magnificent! I just wonder, on what did you attach your “camera”? Was it left alone or did you have to write a note to it to explain what it was, or couldn’t anyone see it because it was well hidden?
I’m struggling with this, because I would like a nice background, and from my own backyard I don’t have great views, and if I put it in a public place, it won’t be left alone…. So
I don’t know how to do it….
Have a great great weekend Jesus!
Thanks a lot Marie!!!
Up to now I placed the can/cams in “save” locations. This series of the Sagrada Familia were located at my apartment building flat roof (something very usual in Barcelona), in fact what you see in the foreground of this take is the flat roof of the building next to mine. Nevertheless I try to hide them because other neighbours may see the cans and I am not sure that they would respect that “kind” of garbage. In the case of the ones on the mountains I placed them in places far from the road and difficult to see unless you pass just by the place it is located. I have a number of 35 mm film plastic canisters that I am converting into solargraph cams; they are smaller and easier to hide and, besides, they don’t get rusted by the rain.
Thanks a lot Jesus! I suspected it was that way. And 35mm canisters sounds good too, and smaller and easier to hide.
I think I’ve gotta try, soon…. :-)
Thank you so much, Frank!!!
heh, so what would you say all you exif hunters? ;)
Thank you so much!!!
Regrading the exif data, I guess I would say something like this:
drink can pinhole camera, cámara estenopéica de lata de bebida
pinhole camera, cámara estenopéica, camera obscura, Lochkamera, apparecchio a foro stenopeico, sténopé
blanco y negro, black & white, B/N, b&w
B&W Ilford Multigrade RC Warmtone pearl paper, papel fotográfico Ilford Multigrado RC Warmtone pearl B/N,
larga exposición, long exposition
orientación vertical, vertical orientation
exposición muy larga, very long exposure
Epson Perfection V700 Photo scanner
focal length 56 mm
f/ no determinada, f/ not determined
diametro estenopo no determinado, pinhole diameter not determined
Barcelona, BCN, L’Eixample, la Sagrada Familia, carrer del Rosselló
terrado de casa, home flat roof
Sagrada Familia, Antoni Gaudí, arquitectura, architecture
tiempo de exposición 8 meses, exposition time 8 months
desde 22/06/2013 hasta 21/02/2014, from 2/06/2013 until 21/02/2014
shutter speed 21081600 s
well done! :D
yes indeed, hahaha!!!!!
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