Smartphone or a real camera? For a lot of pix, either will work great. While it’s possible to use your phone for this type of long exposure, it’s much easier with a camera.
Why shoot a long exposure at all? Check out the smartphone version of this picture below to see what a big difference a little time makes.
From a morning paddle on the Nysinyd Chute.
Nysinyd is not an anglicized misspelling of a Native American term. It’s an acronym for “now you see it, now you don’t”. This passage through the Muskegon River grasslands appears and disappears on an almost daily basis depending on water level and plant growth.
With all of the high water, it has been more accessible in the last couple weeks than during most summers.
A morning on the Long Chute of the Muskegon River.
A grassy bank along the Muskegon River on the morning of May 29, 2017.
Michigan Adventure opens next week. Here early morning moments of quiet before this year’s crowds arrive.
From a walk along Muskegon’s downtown lakefront on a foggy November morning.
Besides the fence at Heritage Landing, the fog made the dock pilings, the roundabout statue, and the congregational church all look great.
A very foggy Muskegon Lake morning on November 6, 2016.