My current photographic series , Earth at 970MPH, is an effort to visualize humanity's limitations of time and space in relation to the sun. Utilizing an improvised pinhole camera made from scavenged material, I manually aim it directly at the sun in long multi-exposures that often extends to over an hour, condensing an experience to a single moment. The results are photographs of a motionless sun with Earth's landscapes rendered as blurs as it spins at 970MPH anchored at 'Oahu, my current location.
"Mauna Kea at 970MPH" 2017. Four-Image Sequence from Fujifilm FP100-C Instant Pictures. 3.25"x4.25"
Duration of Exposures:
1. 7 seconds
2. 7 minutes in 1-minute intervals of 1 second
3. 15 minutes in 1-minute intervals of 1/4 seconds
4. 30 minutes in 1-minute intervals of 1/8 seconds