Having some Wii time

After completing Project 4 I was intrigued how changing the shutter speed could illustrate movement. Since there’s a lot of movement when using a Wii remote, and because it has a blue light, I thought this would be a challenge to apply what I’ve learnt so far. Whilst the photo was to be taken in artificial light I was aware that the TV would emit light that would affect the exposure. Therefore I set the aperture to it’s smallest (f/22) and a 30 second exposure to get a continuous light trail. I also used a remote control so that I could be ready in position when the shutter was released.

f/22 30 sec


About Matt

Photography degree student with the Open College of the Arts.
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