Solargraphy Cameras with there final results

A solargraphy camera is very simple, just a light proof container with a single pinhole in the side and and some light sensitive paper inside.
You make them as light and water tight as possible and strap them somewhere for as long as you dare.

Some cameras have been very successful and I have used them numerous times with no problems, others have developed water leaks, some get damaged by people, some just get ripped of and removed, I once strapped one to a piece of old farm machinery that had sat in the same places for years and years, only for the whole piece of machinery to be removed within weeks of me attaching a camera onto it.

Its very hit and miss if the camera will survive, but if they do the results are so worth the wait.

This is a selection of solargraphy cameras on location that I have had set up for several months at a time, with the final images from the cameras.



Beachy Head
Camera located half way up post
6 Month Exposure overlooking the Beachy head lighthouse
Full image HERE
I also used this same spot for a 1 year exposure which you can see HERE



Beachy Head
Camera located just below join on the post
3 Month Exposure at Beachy Head
Full image HERE



Seven sisters cottages
172 Sunrises over The Seven Sisters
Full image HERE



River Cuckmere
Camera located next to main road
(This is also the same camera that captured the above image at The Coast Guard Cottages)
6 month exposure at The river Cuckmere

Full image HERE


River Cuckmere
Camera located next to main path
6 month exposure at The river Cuckmere

Full image HERE


If you enjoy my Solargraphy work, please see a section of my photo HERE


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