Solargraphy – Sun’s Movement Captured

Solargraphy – Sun’s Movement Captured by Ignas Kutavicius
November 15, 2012

Solargraphy is a long exposure technique to take photos. The resulting picture shows the sun’s movement captured as bright lines in the sky. Each line is a day when the sun was raising and setting. We can even see what days were cloudy – short cuts in the Sun-traced lines are made by clouds covering the Sun, missing lines mean that the whole day was cloudy.

Exposure: 91 Days (Göteborg, Sweden)

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Exposure: 51 Days (Göteborg, Sweden)

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Exposure: 61 Days (Göteborg, Sweden)

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Exposure: 55 Days (Jönköping, Sweden)

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Exposure: 55 Days (Jönköping, Sweden)

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Exposure: 142 Days (Göteborg, Sweden)

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Exposure: 179 Days (Kaunas, Lithuania)

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Exposure: 151 Days (Göteborg, Sweden)

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Exposure: 190 Days (Maciuičiai, Lithuania)

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Exposure: 55 Days (Tilburg, The Netherlands)

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