B&W Long Exposure


Experimenting with long shutter times (8 sec) and black and white.

2 sec shutter time. Moving the camera away from the watch.

The Bible always looks good in a black and white photo.

Close up on my dusty watch.

“Light dots” (Bokeh if you are a pro)

8 sec shutter time: flicking the light on at two different times, moving the clock and the flashlight in between times.

Normal shadows.

Not normal shadows. 8 sec shutter time, moving the light around the room to provide unique shadows.

8 sec shutter time: Aiming the light at the ceiling.

8 sec shutter time. LIght only shined on the wall behind the clock.

Almost no shadows at all. 8 sec shutter time. It makes it not look real.


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