Rock Brook iPhone "Long Exposure” (not really)

I took the day off to relax a bit. My son Shaan came home early from school -- he has a study break for exams this week -- so I took him out for lunch at the One53 restaurant in Rocky Hill. We talked about college, school, and world history. I then persuaded him to come with me to the Rock Brook in Skillman. I wanted to test out an iPhone app I recently discovered called Slow Shutter Cam. It's for creating long exposure images.

The app creates these images, not by changing the aperture and exposure, but by cleverly combining multiple exposures using an image algorithm. The effect of long exposure is created by blending each of the captured images.

After capture, I made some quick adjustments in Photogene for iOS. The photo above was edited on my iPhone 6 with some tweaks in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom.

Author: Khürt Williams

A human who works in information security and enjoys photography, Formula 1 and craft ale.