pinhole photography by jesús joglar
solargraphy recorded from 15 June 2013 until 7 February 2014 [8 months]
Thanks a lot!!
Wonderful solargraph! You have been really busy with these, and successful not only in being able to recover the cameras, but also making stunning images.
Thanks a lot Jacki!
I placed the cams in a relatively safe place. Even though, the wind and rain did not help as some of them fall from their places before collecting them.
Curious image! Excuse my ignorance but, could you explain in a few words what it is a solargraph?
Moltes gràcies Carles!!
Solargraphy is a simple technique in which a fixed pinhole camera (in my case made up with drink aluminum cans) is used to expose photographic paper (I use b&w paper) for an extremely long amount of time (sometimes half a year). It is most often used to show the path taken by the sun across the sky. In the picture above you can see the traces of the sun from the 15th of June 2013 until the 7th of February 2014 [about 8 months].
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It’s like looking through a keyhole to another world. Beautiful!
You are right, it is another dimension and what amazes me the most is the “low” technology involved in the process (other than scanning, of course!)
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