The Longest Photographic Exposures in History

“The German photography artistĀ Michael Wesely has created these long exposures photos using a self-built pinhole camera. He captured the light of his objects for up to 3 years.
In 2001 he was invited by theĀ Museum of Modern Art in New York to use his unique technique to record the re-development of their building. He set up four cameras in four different corners and photographed the destruction and re-building of the MoMa until 2004 – leaving the shutter (the holes) open for up to 34 months.

[via neatorama and the iphone photo blog]

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