Falling Camera

Beads from the Perspective of a Falling Camera

Beads from the Perspective of a Falling Camera

When I photograph my beads, I have the f-stop as high as my camera allows, and the “film speed” as slow as possible. Because of that, a long exposure time is necessary, so I always set the camera on a tripod. It is a tiny tripod, and when I was taking this picture, I guess that I did not have the camera balanced well – it fell over while taking the photo.

Rosemarie Hanus is glad that the camera is fine. Check out her non smeared bead photos on Etsy and her website.

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