Solargraphy: Sun’s Movement Captured on Camera by Ignas Kutavicius

Solargraphy is a very primitive and simple technique to take extremely long exposure photos. The resulting picture tells a story about changes during the time it were exposed. Still objects like houses, trees and anything else that never move are sharp, while other things, like different cars parked at the same space leave blurry shapes and constantly moving things become... (Read more)

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