Today’s photo of the day, part of “a photo a day challenge 2020”, is a surprise capture which I can’t really explain. It is a photo of a Magnolia tree at night illuminated by the street lights or house’s exterior lights. What I can’t explain are the light patterns over imposed on the image. I never seen anything like this.
This was around a 10 second long exposure from my balcony, using the slow shutter app on my iPhone 11 Pro on a small Manfrotto tripod. These are the settings:
I did take another shot trying to replicate the light pattern and was in every picture.
I will call it for now “the secret of the universe” until I figure out what it is. I wonder if is a bug in the software when taking long exposure or I might have captured the fabrics of the universe. If you have any idea what it might be please leave a comment down below.
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