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Presenting lighting, theatre and weather: formerly from the hills of Yorkshire, with bits and pieces of the Yorkshire Sculpture Park and trips to Edinburgh; when the music stops, where will neel end up?
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Something I like to do to get a bit more light into the rather feeble CCD in my T610 is hold a finger over the lens, then quickly take a shot whilst it's overexposed. It's quite a guessing game, since what's on the screen at the time of the shutter isn't what you end up with - the phone either delays a bit or takes readings over a short timeframe and averages the results. Or something.

But it's possible to get different amounts of exposure with just a finger, as shown here.
18th Feb 2005, 01:05  

/Alfie says:

yay!!!!!!!!!!

Thats exactly what I used to do with mine!!

Way back in the spazz on my moblog is a series of skate shots using the technique =)

You've got these shots almost bang on in graded exposure hey?

18th Feb 2005, 08:09

neel says:

I was trying to find the perfect amount, but then kept them all when I'd normally only post one. Blooping means I can be more post-y.

18th Feb 2005, 10:44