solargraphs are usually done with a pinhole camera, not usually a camera with a lens ...
Originally Posted by Arctic amateur
although i have heard of someone making solargraphs with old POP paper and an 8x10 camera with a lens ..
i'm not sure how a pinhole infront of a lens would it obscure the field of view at all ...
it seems like it would be like making your own "waterhouse stops" ... and a brownie 2a
uses a meniscus lens, and its aperture/s are infront of the lens cell ...
otherwise your exposures with regular developing out paper will be very short .... ( as compared to months )
have fun with your tests
Last edited by jnanian; 10-17-2013 at 07:28 AM. Click to view previous post history.