Sunburn

18 Nov

Talk about bright light. Chris McCaw’s incredible photos track the sun’s movement across the sky with superlong exposures (between 2 and 8 hours). Because the sun is so intensely focused for such a long amount of time, an effect called solarization occurs. In other words, the negative literally burns, leaving striking marks across the images.

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