Solargraphs by Al Brydon


Solargraphs by Al Brydon

Al Brydon is a talented photographer and artists currently based in Sheffield, in the North of the United Kingdom. Solargraphs are basic pinhole cameras made from tin cans. The exposure times are in weeks and months rather than fractions of a second. They radically abstract our own perception of time and capture the sun as streaks of light as it passes over head day after day.

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