Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Not Actually All That Wordless Wednesday (which is also a guest blog by Mxyl): More Aquarium!

Decided to see if I could get back into photography and ended up taking like half a gigabyte in photos.  Here you go! 

 Left: a waterfall shot at a 200th of a second. 
Below: the same scene at a 5th of a second (with me holding the camera veeeeery still).  Although it runs the risk of being blurrier, sometimes that can be a good thing, especially if part of the scene blurs and other parts don't (e.g. blurry water looks really cool). 


 From here on, the place got a lot darker.  However, if you hold the camera steady enough, sometimes the whole place looks a lot brighter than it actually is. 

As well, I decided to use this to an advantage: as I said earlier, blurring some things while holding the camera still looks really cool. 

You'd be surprised how dark this actually was.
 One thing I'd learned in particularly, though, was escalators.  If you have a dark area with escalators, then putting a camera on the moving arm rest (and keeping it steady) can produce some seriously awesome pictures. 

Kinda reminds me of 2001, actually. 

Bye for now! 

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