This is sunset this evening from my bedroom window. It’s a hyperlapse video experiment.
It needs some work, but it was a fun first attempt. Maybe I need to turn off exposure lock. Also, maybe the next time I should try along the Nakagawa so the background has the river in it.
One of the attractions of the iPhone 6 Plus is the vaunted great low-light photo capability, with optical stabilization.
I took these photos this evening while walking home from Shinkoiwa station. It was well after dark. There was very little lighting – just some ambient street lights. It was basically quite dark. No flash was used. And I didn’t rest the camera on anything – just held it in my hand. No post-processing was done.
I have to say I am really impressed by the quality. They are probably the best low light photos I ever took. And they look great full size too (you can click on each one to see). There really is no noticeable noise at all.
This was part of today’s bicycle ride along the Nakagawa, taken at 10 times normal speed.
My walk home from Shinkoiwa Station, along Seseragi Park, just before sunset. At 10x speed, taken with Hyperlapse on my iPhone.