Solargraph, a photography between art and astronomy

When the patience pays..!!

A solargraph is a long-exposure photograph and these amazing shots shows the trails of the Sun over a six-month period across the sky, wow!
Are all taken with different home made Pinhole cameras!


June 21, 2011 – December 21, 2011
view of the University of Hertfordshire’s Bayfordbury Observatory captured using a pinhole camera made from a beer can. by  Regina Valkenborgh


September 22, 2010 – March 20, 2011
transit of the sun as it rises over the Oakland hills. Pinhole camera made with a small box. by Heater Powazek champ


6 months
above the Arda river meander near the town of Madzharovo, Eastern Rhodope Mountain, Bulgaria. Pinhole camera made with a can. by Boris Pophristov


December 12 – June 21
transit of the sun as it rises over Helsinki. Pinhole camera made with a small box. by Tarja Trygg
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