20 comments on “Mastering Daytime Long Exposures on the Nokia Pureview

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  2. good article

    how about long exposure in night time or low light?

    How about short exposure in daytime and night time?

    • Well long exposure at night is easy, no extra bits needed the phone does that itself, and that also goes for short exposure. Not really sure about your point. The article as I stated was about forcing a long exposure during the day because this is hard to do and needs extra bits and I was asked to do it by several people on twitter

      • I meant how do we get the shortest shutter speed to freeze the fast movement without firing xenon flash( tip from nokia youtube channel. using high Iso is the only solution?.

      • Firing flash is the easiest option, but I presume you are talking about objects more distant, have you tried panning, using HF (hyperfocal) focus mode, I am unfortunately no expert and am myself learning all the time.

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  13. Hi. I have a question. When you are shooting long time exposure pictures, are you using the button, or touch screen for capture? Do you need to shortly push the button or hold it for a while?

    • I use the button, I prefer to. TBH I have not noticed a particular length of time for the button press but thinking about I probably do press it for a second of so

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