6 meses tirando uma foto do trajeto do sol – pinhole solargraphy

Six Months

September 22, 2010 – March 20, 2011

There are times when I can be very impatient. Sticking a small film canister pinhole camera outside a window for six months didn’t feel like something doable for a woman who will take her film to Walgreens for that one hour service when there are more better options.

In the end, I managed to leave one of two cameras in place for the duration. The image above is a six month view into the transit of the sun as it rises over the Oakland hills.

I’ve loaded up the Quaker Oats Cam for a three month test (vernal equinox to summer solstice). If that works, then I’ll reload for a six months — summer to winter solstice, for a complete image the range of the sun’s transit.

Many thanks to Dave at Photoworks for the paper.

You can read about my previous adventures with solargraphy here.

21 March 2011    
Photos, Solargraphy    

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