Oakley – Day One at UNT
Environmental Building: This is where I have my first class of the week (Physics: The Solar System) I’m SO looking forward to the labs! We’ll be making trips to an observatory, a planetarium and other interesting locations for experimentation.
Due to the fact that I’ll be studying our very own solar system, I’m also going to dedicate some time to learn and research aerial and nighttime photography. There’s a lot you can do with long exposures including what’s called “Timescapes.” Basically you allow your digital camera to take sequential photographs at long exposures and long periods of time. Once you get enough photographs you can then take those photos into a video editor and play them back at high-speed and watch the earth’s rotation!
I have enough memory to take well over a thousand pictures at JPEG Fine; however, I’m considering taking the photos in RAW depending on what I discover online…. That’s a lot of space to take up on my hard drive though… Of course, I want to research how to actually do something like this before I try it out for myself since I don’t really want to fail my first attempt just trying to figure out the right settings. Hopefully I’ll accomplish this task soon and I can share the work and show you how it’s done. In the mean time, look forward to more photographs and stories!
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