Remotely Photographed Eye

November 3rd, 2009

remote-eyeI haven’t had much time to play around with my new camera, but last night I discovered the remote shooting option. Through my computer I can control most aspects of the camera and see the results live on screen. Doubt I’ll use it much in the future, but it was cool to mess around with the focusing. This is a lightly cropped picture of my eye taken in pretty low light at night (hence the noise and tired eyes). I was trying to capture the fish-eye type reflection in my pupil and if you look closely you can see my desk and the computer I’m using to control the camera.

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2 Responses to “Remotely Photographed Eye”

  1. sarah! Says:

    i love the detail. AND i can see your one long eyelash! tee hee! miss you.

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