The famous pepper photo shot by Edward Weston took 4+ hours of exposure at f240 ...

MICHAEL ZHANG, PETAPIXEL:

Edward Weston is considered to be one of the most influential American photographers of the 20th century. One of his most famous works, titled Pepper No. 30, is a B&W photo of a single green pepper with beautiful, soft lighting. Here’s a fascinating, little-known fact about the piece: it was shot at an aperture of f/240 with an exposure time of 4-6 hours.

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