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I am still amazed this experiment turned out so good. A simple pinhole camera made out of a tin can, an exposure time of three months, resulting in an actual, recognizable picture! As @hugolena pointed out, I forgot to invert my solargraphs. So here is the positive version. I lost the pretty pink colors, but I gained a lot of detail in the image. Now I can actually recognize the roofs of my neighbors' sheds (and see that I needed to invert the picture from left to right as well...).

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, long exposure, tree months, pinhole, sun, paper, roof, and trees. Date: 2012. This photo can also be found in the albums Personal favorites of 2012solargraphy.


  1. kakikamera


    great effort. :)

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  2. adash



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  3. wuxiong


    Great patience and pretty good result..^..^

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