Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Experimentation: Familiar Glow



Familiar Glow is an entire episode of Frasier I watched this evening, while putting off my photo history reading. It's made up of 30 exposures, each around 40 seconds in length (adding up to about the full length of the episode). This is possibly the beginning of a project where I document the amount of time I spend watching television and playing video games. For future images, I want to buy a 10-stop ND filter so I can make longer exposures, without having to trip the shutter so often. I also want to play around with compositions that are not as tightly cropped around the television screen.

Made with my Nikon Df and 50mm f/1.4 D lens.


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