Solargraphy
I have been experimenting with solargraphy. I haven't been able to find much information about this process, so I am pretty much teaching myself. A solargraph is a photo that uses black and white photo paper as a negative. It is exposed from anywhere between one day and six months. The trick is that instead of processing the paper like a normal print, you scan the paper straight out of the camera. The paper is so overexposed that the image is visable without any processing needed. If that doesn't blow your mind, then this will: the image will be in color! That's right, black and white photo paper gives you a color image. Welcome to the amazing world of solargraphy.

I am trying to document my solargraphy experiments on my photo blog, foundphotography.com, so please visit my site if you want more information about solargraphs.
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