You don't need much to do this:
- A camera (Needs to have control on exposures
- A computer
- A tripod or something you can set up to keep the camera still
- A bunch of photos
Step 1: Monitor Controls
F stop: 32
The result was a completely white frame...
You'll need to turn the lights off and lower your monitor brightness to about half, with the blue a few clicks below the red and green (this takes the colour cast out a bit.
Step 2: Tripod
Now focus and frame your album, going full screen and using a slideshow would be clever but as this is an experiment I've used facebook photos.
Step 3: Camera Settings
I was using facebook...
By the way, for those that don't know, when viewing photos on facebook you can hit the arrow keys to navigate them.
For facebook or other internet approaches, click through the album until you've got all you need and go backwards so the pictures are preloaded and you don't end up with shadows of loading icons in the middle of your image.
Step 4: Click and Click
Step 5: Results (oops)
My monitor's 19" so I put a full screen slideshow of phone photos on the go, because it's in a folder called android so it was the first I came across...
Step 6: Results (yay)
So when I get a chance I'll update this with one done with the families 50" TV which should make all the difference, zooming in is part of the problem, the longer the focal length the more pronounced the effect is, even at a greater distance.