Solarcan was born from a love of photography, art and astronomy. It is a unique camera designed to produce extreme time exposures that capture the Sun’s path across the sky.
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The Solarcan was born from a love of photography, art and astronomy. It is a unique camera, made to produce extremely long exposures that capture the Sun’s path across the sky.
The can comes pre-loaded with photographic paper. You get a complete camera package with a precision drilled pinhole, plus cover. Also included are instructions, fastenings and a handy storage tube.
Incredibly easy to install. And, there are plenty of tips on how to make the most of your Solarcan. You will capture truly unique images of the sun through your chosen landscape.
So, start creating beautiful solargraphy photographs! Solarcan has everything you need to get going. Once you have harvested your can and made a scan of your solargraph, start sharing! Showcase your images with Solarcan in their online gallery and on social media @thesolarcan.
Solargraphy is a long exposure on light-sensitive material. It will capture the path of the sun over time. The image is made with a pinhole camera and photographic darkroom paper. There is no need for any chemicals, as the small amount of light coming through the pinhole creates the image. So, why not pick up a Solarcan and try it out yourself?
Tips and Tricks
Each Solarcan comes with an instruction booklet that has plenty of tips about where to place your can. Also, it will tell you how to get the best out of it. Finally, there is plenty of information on how to make the most of your scan when you are ready to open your can.
Remember, these are the opposite of instant images. The longer you leave the exposure, the more interesting the image will be.
Instead of a lens, Solarcans use a pinhole to capture the image. The most basic form of a camera. Learn more about shooting pinhole in our Guide to Pinhole Photography.
Want to see some of the different ways you can shoot pinhole? We have put together some of our favourite pinhole photographs by our customers – you can see them here.