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Is there a way to keep your phone shutter open for long exposures? I'm using a DSLR, but if there's an app to do it on an iphone I'd be interested in learning...
I have a new Samsung 9 and I can put the camera into PRO mode and control the settings like an SLR.

Here's an app for Iphone. There are many.

https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/slow-shutter-cam/id357404131?mt=8&ign-mpt=uo=8

Here are some Bluetooth triggers. I have #2.

https://www.igeeksblog.com/best-iphone-camera-remotes/
 

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Nick

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Having a view of the Great Salt Lake is especially nice this time of year. I don't usually get out my real camera for the sunsets from home, but this made me change my mind a few days ago. Unfortunately, I hadn't figured out some important functions of my new camera very well and didn't have a trigger, so it's a little blurry, but you get the point.

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Wouldn't have even noticed the focus if you hadn't said anything. The star of the show is clear as day, er, night, er... you know what I mean ;)
 

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It's not actually the focus. I couldn't find the 2 second timer so it's just a little shake from manually triggering the long exposures. Some were worse than others...
 

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Nice shot Nick. I was up the hill shooting the same storm tonight but got started a bit too late. The dust kicked up as the storm approached and really obscured a lot of the strikes.
 

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Had a storm blow over while I was camping on Grand Mesa. Pounding rain, a bit of slush, lightning. I sat up and watched through the windshield for a bit as the lightning moved south. Suddenly, I realized that the rain had stopped but the lightning wasn't stopping, and was still within perfect view. With quite the flurry of activity, the tripod came out, I found my way out of my sleeping bag (the zipper is becoming a bother) and I stumbled outside to giddily catch some lightning pics.

Started out with the shutter open a bit too long, a bit blown out.
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Then dialed it in. It was awesome to watch. I love lightning, truly hard to believe I used to be terrified of it. My camera also caught a neat time lapse effect with the clouds that I didn't expect. But that would be a lot of dark, ho mummy pictures to share...

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