You might recall that last week I wrote about a newly discovered feature of the iPhone 12 camera namely in live mode, the ability recreate long exposures. In order to take advantage of what appears to be an extremely useful feature, you need opportunity. Now, to me one of the ways I would like to test the the facility is seeing how it works with movement. Now, I need to be careful here if you come from Gosport and read this blog. Movement is the thing. Gosport is not a fast moving town, especially at 6AM.
Then , the next way of trying it is nighttime. Of course, we are now moving to more hours of daylight. The opportunity for nighttime photos receding into the distance. Oh well.
So, I thought as I was out walking I’ll do something different. I took a picture of this door. Looking at it as a picture, I quite like it. I can’t tell you why I like it, I just do.
As I was about to write tonight’s blog I was thinking which picture to use, I thought the door. Then, when I uploaded it, there was a fair bit of the walkway I cropped that away. It looked better than the original. Then I wondered what it looks like in black and white;
Yeah, I like that I one as well. Now, I don’t think I going to start making all my pictures of doors. But this does go to show that I need to move in to things. Whilst my perception of photographic opportunities appears to be shrinking in one direction, for the time being at least, just as another door opens.
That’ll do for tonight I think.