A recurring component of pinhole photography is the long exposure time. Even out in bright sunlit skies we’ll often find the proper exposure to be 1 or 2 seconds. The result of course is that parts of your composition which are in motion – flags, people, trees in the wind, etc – will blur from the motion.
Seeing what the motion will do on the final photograph is part of the appeal of pinhole photography. Sometimes the results surpass our expectations. Continue reading Technique: Multi-Lapse