Friday, December 27, 2013

International Space Station with Slow Shutter Cam on iPhone

International Space Station with Slow Shutter Cam on iPhone with a clip on fisheye lens. I had to grab a last minute extension cord because the cold drained my phone battery in about 5 min. Our downstairs neighbors backed into their parking space and the tail lights made the roof turn red. So cool! It turned out better than I had hoped!

International Space Station with Slow Shutter Cam on iPhone
Several minute exposure in light trail mode (blend Lighten)
I found the predicted path of the ISS using Heavens Above, and set my iPhone up on a tripod using the Glif tripod mount. I used my Apple headphones as a shutter remote. I got the fisheye lens as a stocking stuffer for Christmas! Already putting it to good use!

I didn't notice the new Slow Shutter Cam upgrade until I opened the app for this photo. It now gives the option for full 8 megapixel size, and I had to go through and change a bunch of options back to how I had them before. Kinda threw me for a loop for a second there. 

iphone clip on wide angle lens
iPhone clip on lens kit under $10.00 on Amazon

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