• Video: Nikon Camera Shutter Symphony
  • Posted 20 months ago by Jack Lowe · culture · 10459 Views
  • Montreal-based photographer Benjamin Von Wong has created a symphony using $30,000 worth of Nikon DSLR cameras. Through adjusting the custom 'CL-continuous low' settings, Wong and composer Andrew Kesler were able to set the series of 14 cameras to 1, 2 and 3 frames-per-second, allowing for staggered shutter releases. They also made use of the camera's other functions - such as electronic beeps and command dials - to finalise the 33 second sound clip. Check out the finished video above as well as the behind-the-scenes below.

    www.vonwong.com

    • What ruins this is that guy. should of just been the cameras - fin.
    • Anthony Posted 20 months ago · 78 Reply
    • He should stick to taking horrible pictures
    • Mark Clissold Posted 20 months ago · 76
    • let's see your work?
    • Rob Posted 20 months ago · 52 Reply
    • I'd be so afraid that the sensor gets dusty.
    • Simon Posted 20 months ago · 86 Reply
    • I hate how everything is advertising.
    • Simon Posted 20 months ago · 54 Reply