How long is one hour? Light, air, space, pressure, gravity, weight, breath, movement, pulse, flow of thoughts, consciousness and subconsciousness is compressed in the recording of "one hour". I am creating portraits of people through the camera obscura. In a studio I try to simulate a certain light environment to capture a portrait that needs the person to remain in a static position for an hour. I expose the people on the portraits to these conditions and ask them to remain still in their position for one hour without the possibility of measuring time and thereby I examine their subjective experience of time passing. My effort of this apparent freezing makes it possible for the person to see him/herself through time and space. Depiction of such a portrait depends on the subjective abilities of the person being observed to estimate the length of time. Our self-image is more a matter of the inner image of ourselves, our idea of how we look like and that is based on our subjective experience and perception.