In response to yesterday's post about the Clayden Effect, Jack Nelson sent me this black sun photo he shot in the 1970s.
We've solved the black sun problem but why are there two suns? Jack has no idea. I have no idea. I thought I'd throw it up on the blog and see if someone can decipher it.
According to Jack he shot this on either a cut film negative or a paper negative using an old folding camera. Beyond that he can't remember details. It was the 1970s after all, a crazy decade in many ways. Yet if I recall correctly, a decade with only one sun.
How about it. Can anyone explain this photo?