Monthly Archives: June 2017

Scripting Exposure Compensation for Timelapse

As I discussed previously it’s sometimes necessary to change the exposure during a timelapse capture ( for example for a sunset or sunrise). However for timelapse the advice is generally to leave the camera in full manual mode because modifying … Continue reading

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Buildings and Patterns

Repeating patterns can often add interest to what might otherwise be mundane images. I found that this was especially true of buildings and architecture. The photos below were taken during the period that I lived and worked near Birmingham in … Continue reading

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