Posted: January 27, 2010 in Daily Life, Tips and Tricks
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When we see things in several seconds per frame, sometimes it may look confusing, or what Bryan Peterson describes as chaos. The traffic light at the intersection of Monivong Boulevard and Street 310 worked just perfectly at the time the below photo was taken, but here when we see it in 15 seconds per frame, the it appears the light is completely out of control.

  1. Phossdey says:

    cool, bang!

  2. sovathary says:

    Can you tell me how can we do it with a normal digital cam?

  3. tumnei says:

    First you need to mount you camera on a tripod, as you cannot hold a camera without shaking it for 15 second. Turn you camera to Shutter Priority Mode (I guess most good compact camera has the function, please check your manual), and set the shutter speed to 10 section or longer. Then fire it.

  4. sovathary says:

    I’m no photography-genius. Reading your instruction makes me feel like solving a math problem, but it’s a good lesson. I’ll figure it out by myself, thank you.

  5. Mary says:

    Chaos can be the beginning of inner creativity. Seems like oyou’ve got some. Or it can be a quest to solve inner mysteries too. Thus I invite you to join us to the WOrld Summit EFT no cost online. Thanks. Bring friends.

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