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Home made pinhole camera filled with paper and left out for about 10-12 weeks. Taped to my attic window. After a few weeks it had come half unstuck and was then facing slightly up, after 10 weeks, it had fallen down completely and I opened it. Not much to see, just streaks indicating the passing of the sun.

stratski This photo was shot on film. Taken by stratski with a pinhole camera loaded with Ilford Multigrade IV RC paper film in Amersfoort, Netherlands. These tags describe this photo: solargraph, sun, low-res, paper, pinhole, long exposure, and 10 weeks. Date: 2012. This photo can also be found in the album solargraphy.


  1. julia-b


    These are amazing! When you say it's filled with paper, is it just "normal" paper? Or some specific kind of paper for this?

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  2. stratski


    @julia-b: It's photographic paper. It's actually ment to make black and white prints (in a darkroom, not in a printer), but it you expose it for a long time (weeks or months), the picture shows up without any chemical at all. There's loads of tutorials around, if you're interested, like this one: http://www.instructa(…)olargraphy/
    It's pretty easy to make and fun to try. Here's a picture of one of my pinhole camera's in long term action:

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