Ok, the solargraphy project I started 25 days ago is now finished. I opened both of my can pinhole cameras, and I'm pretty satisfied with the results. The images would have been better if I put the photographic paper into the cans in completely darkened room, I think, because this way the film got some light right at the start, when it shouldn't have. But I was just too anxious and curious and I couldn't wait. Well, first come are the unedited photos. You can see the colors are inverted and the contrast is, well, terrible.
|Unfortunately, the top got cut off. A tad disappointing.|
|And this one has a terrible contrast.|
And here are images with colors inverted, contrast and curves edited and bla bla whatnot.
|Edited, the images are not so terrible.|
As usually, my dear Linux Mint is having a bitchy period and won't let me scan the photos with custom settings so I'll have to give it another shot when I finally get to repair the damn thing. For now, anyhow, I guess this is good. Stay tuned to see the final results. :)