Monday, March 5, 2012
Photo of the Week - Star Burst
1 - If you camera has different "film" modes change it to the "vivid" setting. It may be called something else but you basically want the very colorful mode.
2 - Use a tripod or flat surface. In Disney a trashcan is normally works well.
3 - Put the camera into shutter priority sometimes labeled by an "S" on the dial. This mode lets you tell the camera how long to keep the shutter open for each photo.
4 - Set the shutter speed to one second.
5 - Forget steps 1, 3, and 4 and just put your camera in fireworks mode. It will do something very similar.
What following the steps above or using the fireworks mode does is cause the streaks you see. You can get some really fun effects when you use these settings on fireworks.
What this does is captured the streaks you see.