Did anyone on here see the news story about the freelancer (age 31) who shot a 365 day exposure of the Toronto skyline? Reading it, the photographer mentions using a photo sensitive paper and not chemically developing it. I understand the latter part somewhat, but I would think he'd be able to at least fix the image as is. Does anyone know the logistics of doing an exposure like this? I am assuming he's using a paper made for enlarging slides? Maybe a very special emulsion paper? At any rate, the image was pretty sweet and reminds me again of the inabilities of digital photography versus film/paper shooting. Even with the Photoshop tools, a CCD sensor could not create art like this.

Check it out in the article:

http://www.thestar.com/news/article/...y?bn=1#article