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I saw an article on gizmodo the other day that was just a photo of an album over a long exposure, I'm not sure what process the creator ...
The first frames I took were as so: Exposure: 30s ISO: 100 F stop: 32 The result was a completely white frame... You'll need to turn the lights ...
Put your camera on the tripod and set it up nice and straight with the bottom edge of the monitor, so the frame on the camera and the ...
You'll want to have a low ISO, a high aperture and then choose an exposure between 30 and 6 seconds, below six seconds would be possible if you're ...
I clicked the shutter and started rythmically tapping the arrow key in as standard time as possible, at around a picture each half a second, if this is ...
My first set was ruined by the loire effect. My monitor's 19" so I put a full screen slideshow of phone photos on the go, because it's in ...
The main thing about this is a big screen is best, resolution doesn't need to be high. So when I get a chance I'll update this with one ...
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