Some of our second year ED students on the fine arts pathway have been doing some experiments with long exposure photography called “Solargraphy”.
The technique uses a pinhole camera loaded with photo sensitive paper. This is then secured in a location facing the path of the sun, and left en situ for a number of weeks. In this case these two fine examples had an exposure time of 12 weeks.
The results when inverted in Photoshop (photos on RHS) look stunning and show the transit of the sun very clearly along with landscape details.