Rock Brook iPhone Long Exposure

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 our 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 by combining multiple exposures using a clever image algorithm. I then made some quick adjustments in Photogene for iOS. The photo above was edited solely on my iPhone 6.

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