a month of sunbeams.

Ultra long exposure: during 30 days pinhole was aiming to east, can camera was loaded with 10cm x 16cm photosensitive paper. After exposing, all you need is to wash with water your photo paper in a dark room and try to scan it just once, then invert with any photo edition software. You don't need any chemicals at all.

Here, we can appreciate the apparent movement of sun.

This is part of my thesis, I'm working on it.

If you're interested in solargraphy don't forget to visit www.flickr.com/solarigrafia.


  1. lasaventurasde
    lasaventurasde ·


  2. dopzihon
    dopzihon ·

    ¡Quiero más!

  3. neurodiaz
    neurodiaz ·

    Separados al nacer, @lasaventurasde @dopzihon. cc: @elkilla

  4. wontonowisdom
    wontonowisdom ·

    ¡Me encanta!

  5. ohlordy
    ohlordy ·

    way cool!

  6. jean_louis_pujol
    jean_louis_pujol ·

    this is stunning!!!!!

  7. jet
    jet ·

    Muy buena Neuro!

  8. alloftheabove
    alloftheabove ·


  9. clownshoes
    clownshoes ·


  10. gepo1303
    gepo1303 ·

    nice project

  11. elkilla
    elkilla ·

    jajajajaja, tremenda @NeuroDiaz :D

  12. istionojr
    istionojr ·

    awesome! goodluck for your thesis. ;)

  13. why-yu
    why-yu ·


  14. kriistt
    kriistt ·

    So damn interesting!

  15. stratski
    stratski ·

    Lovely! I love solargraphy, and I have noticed that different kinds of paper yield different color results. Compare for instance these two: www.lomography.fr/homes/stratski/photos/18217990
    and www.lomography.fr/photos/tags/110651-solargraph/15971327