Expose for a year, gone in an instant

Photographer Michael Chrisman, makes extremely long exposures with his pinhole camera. Placed around Toronto, the images are dreamy and ephemeral, they capture the “trails left by the sun as it moves through the sky both throughout the day and as the seasons change.” What’s most interesting to me is that when the image is scanned it is destroyed.

Seems like more and more people are making these long exposures and having great success.

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