IOTM Winner - July 2020
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We cant wait to see what you come up with in July so get your phone cameras clicking (we still make that noise in our head) and get your image in - you could be a winner!
No!!! I want bats!
edit: after thinking about it, I have some vague memory of changing a setting to disable snow or something. If only I could remember what it was.
So there as a setting for this? Thanks for letting me know. Found the setting and now the bats are gone. I miss them already Perhaps I should change setting againAh I see, no I turned off the seasonal stuff
I haven't done it either, so it's all theoretical to me. Slow Shutter Cam in Light Trails mode is what I'd try first because I already have it. If you don't, see if one of your other camera apps has a long exposure mode with Light Trails. Moment Pro Camera does, for example, if you have that. And I found there's an Instructable for it here:Great idea Ted I’ve never tried light painting for any images. I’ve thought it might be too difficult for me Perhaps I should give it a try. Which camera app do you suggest?
Thanks a lot for this link. I know I have saved other useful links for this technique before, but I have no idea where I saved them Me in a nutshell Could be in Notion, which I ditched a while ago. I will now try with the new features tab groups in Safari. But I will probably create a mess there tooI haven't done it either, so it's all theoretical to me. Slow Shutter Cam in Light Trails mode is what I'd try first because I already have it. If you don't, see if one of your other camera apps has a long exposure mode with Light Trails. Moment Pro Camera does, for example, if you have that. And I found there's an Instructable for it here:
Light Painting With an IPhone: Light painting has long been a fun trick for regular cameras. By opening the shutter for seconds at a time and moving some lights around you can get some fantastically colorful effects. Thanks to an app you can do the same thing on an iPhone. Colorf…www.instructables.com
Nominating this one tooDay 292 - October 19th - Meeting with the full moon in the middle of the night
Right now the rain is pouring down outside and it might be snow too they say. It will go on for several days so last night was last chance to meet the October full moon. So I was quite happy to wake up already at 1:20 AM And lucklily enough I managed to go back to sleep after the meeting
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