My long time-exposure is finally finished. It lasted 6 months starting near the Winter Solstice in December 2019 until the Summer Solstice in June 2020. Done in three parts, sunrise solargraphs were merged into this one image. Previous solargraph posts are found here.
Perhaps you’ve heard the phrase ‘Never in a month of Sundays’. I offer you a month of sunrises between 30 Aug and 26 Sep 2019 out my front window. Bright streaks were caused by the sun shining through the hole of the pinhole camera onto light sensitive paper. Missing sections were caused by clouds blocking … Continue reading Sunrise Solargraph
Another weeklong ‘snapshot’ exposure is finished. Four previous solargraph posts are here. The pinhole camera can was sitting on the wooden floor of the deck facing west. During several of the days the sky was clear which allowed the path of the sun to trace nicely down to the right. The traces are still shifting … Continue reading Solargraph 6 | West Facing Deck
The weeklong ‘snapshot’ exposure is finished. Previous solargraph posts are here. This time the largest pinhole on the can was used. That allowed more light for better contrast but it sacrificed focus. Exposure was a week instead of 4 days as with the previous solargraph. In addition, I taped a small leaf to the photopaper … Continue reading Solargraph 4 | Out the North Window
Solargraphs 1 and 2 were described earlier in this post. The first was a 2-day exposure out the south window. The sun tracked across it. The second was a 4-day exposure out the west window. Both used the smallest pinhole aperture in my pinhole camera can. Solargraph 3 is a 4-day exposure out the east … Continue reading Solargraph 3 | Out the Front Window