Interesting Photo of the Day: Pinhole Solargraph With a 6 Month Exposure

Pinhole photography may seem like a dying art form, but an Jip Lambermont, a solargraph enthusiast from the Netherlands, may help to inspire more photographers to give pinhole photography a try:

pinhole solargraph six months

Solargraph (Via Imgur. Click image to see full size.)

The streaks through the sky are the path of the sun over the course of six months–the duration of the exposure required to create this image.

A pinhole camera can be assembled rather quickly using minimal equipment, such as an empty soda can, some tape, and a sheet of photographic paper.

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