I have several different camera apps on my iPhone SE and Harris Camera is one of them. I haven’t used it in a very long time, and I forget what inspired me to use it today. I kept trying it on different objects until I tried it on the Pink Ginger Flower. I rotated my phone 3 different times around 30 degrees from where the previous shot had been. The red and green channels really show up, the blue is more of a ghost image. I’m pretty happy with the way this version came out.
To check out more information on Harris Shutter, created by Robert S. “Bob” Harris who worked for Kodak, check out the Wikipedia listing.
- iPhone SE
- Harris Camera app (unfortunately it doesn’t record any metadata)
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- Exposure Compensation: — EV
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Straight out of camera/iPhone SE shot