This image is a filtered photograph done in low lighting specially varied with handmade candles, white light lantern, and warm red glowing soy jar candles I used to make, as well as some other craft store candles. The photograph was taken years ago on the beach of Hawaii. It is the very first time any of us had been swimming in the ocean. I use the picture as a low power flashlight to draw by or take separate photos by with a second camera. It comes in handy during power outages. It is hard to find good artist level light variations. Unlike battery apps, this causes less drain to display and you can change the brightness of your screen in settings. You could also make one by taking a picture of your own favorite lighting arrangements. Remember under long low light exposures: a human hand has camera shake at anything leaving the aperture open longer than 1/60th of a second. on a dlsr this would have been an f4 aperture setting with a speed of point 5 seconds at LEAST. To keep it from being grainy: remember to set your ISO to under 400. really low light at 200 ISO is pretty crystal clear. 1200 iso and you need a very high resolution. Iso refers to the usage of the image capture area on the inside of the digital lens surface inner workings. This differs wildly in different camera types; i do believe.
still Life: 2019
date created: Jan 15, 2016 • 5:57:41 PM
used: iPhone 6 plus
Exposure: 1/8 sec @ f/2.2
Lens: Apple iPhone 6 Plus back camera 4.15mm f/2.2
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