So, the Prime Minister of our country asked the masses to light the lamps, torches or candles at 9.00 pm for 9 minutes to honor those people who were offering their services.
We got a chance at least to celebrate Diwali, a lot of meme-makers say. But, this is not true. Lighting lamps is a part of our culture, which was disintegrated and was thus just limited to Diwali. You needn’t wait for Diwali to light diyas. It’s your right that you can do it anytime.
Since, people were asked to turn of the lights of their homes, it was also a good step and it might have reduced the light pollution from sky to some extent.
So here is a picture of our neighborhood looked yesterday night.
Many pictures went blurred last night. On many of them, I noticed some colorful strokes of light. I got an idea about a concept I’d read of but never tried, i.e, Light painting.
Here your camera’s speed is so slow such that it captures the movement of light.
Following is the setting you can do to your camera, if you want to do light painting.
ISO 100, F7.1 .
|A rough representation of my blog’s logo.|
|A Tick Mark|
|Another curve drawn using light painting itself|