EAAE Sunrise Project

 

The project intends to be a school collaborative project by which the schools can learn more about the Sun's apparent movement and about photography using a pinhole camera. Though the technique is in theory quite simple, pinhole camera's are very didactical, as they allow students to learn about photography theory and practice and might allow students to obtain very beautiful images.

Justin Quinnell took this incredible photo with a pinhole camera looking over the Clifton Suspension Bridge in Bristol, England, showing the sun’s movement over the course of six months.Credit: Justin Quinell.

 

This project is coordinated by Sakari Ekko (sakari.ekko(at)gmail.com), a long time member of the EAAE.

Browse the links on the left menu to find more about the project.