As I was cleaning up the garage, I came across my fiber optic lamp and started playing with it…and Slow Shutter Cam on my iPhone 11 Pro. I changed the settings from Motion Blur to Light Trail and the time to 2 seconds. I held my hand just above the lamp, then blew air towards the fiber optic strands to make them move.

Shake It Up
Shake It Up

Photo Info

  • iPhone 11 Pro
  • Slow Shutter Cam app
  • Focal Length: 4.25 mm
  • ISO: 3200
  • Aperture: f/1.8
  • Shutter Speed: 2 seconds
  • Exposure Compensation: 0.0EV

Post Processing Info

Apple Photos editor

311 days down, 54 to go!!

8 thoughts on “Day 311 of 365

    1. To me it sounded like he was trying to talk himself out of wanting a new iPhone since he has one of last years “greatest models”. I love the OLED screen and how smooth the glass body feels. I’m also quite happy with 3 the lenses.

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      1. It’s nice to be out shopping and pull out your cell phone to take a picture, don’t feel so self-conscious and people seem to ignore you…just the way I like 🙂

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  1. There’s a book about a professional photographer who traded his cameras for a smart phone for street photography for the same reason. I like the challenge of street photography but keep finding reasons to avoid going and now its almost winter.

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    1. That’s kind of why I did a photo walk through the Apple Store, just wanted someone else to go take pictures with. I wanted to do another one today on Light and Shadows, but had to run errands. I’ll go next time they offer it.

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      1. Yep! At least when it comes to going out and taking photos. My twin sister from another mother moved away last October, so I am photo-buddy-less 😦

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