New answers tagged long-exposure
If you are limited in how long you can expose for, then I recommend using a higher ISO, such as ISO 1600 maybe even 3200, use short exposures of around 30 seconds, and get many of them. I would say get at least 16x, however 25x or 36x would be better. The reason you want to use a high ISO is the higher the ISO, the lower the read noise in most cases. The ...
there are rigid limitations to the P900 and long exposures - its virtually impossible to do a long shutter release, particularly for starlight.
Scott's answer is not strictly correct, depending on your quality expectations. First of all, yes, eventually the sensor would overheat and fail, in theory. But that would presumably take a much longer exposure than anyone is going to be making with a smartphone. The more immediate problem is thermal noise. Every sensor, particularly those with smaller ...
It's just a limitation of the built-in camera software. There are several apps available to take long exposure photos with smartphones. Some articles on gear, apps, and techniques: How To Take Stunning Long Exposure Photos With iPhone Taking Long Exposures with an iPhone How To Take Long Exposure Shots With Your Phone How to Do Long Exposure Photography w/ ...
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