08 January 2007

Taking blinkless photos

Piers Barnes of CSIRO has it figured.

For groups of less than 20 people, divide the number of people in the group by 3 if the light is good or by 2 if the light is bad

That’s his formula based on the speed which people blink at, a typical shutter time, & basic statistics.

I thought that this would be good to get published befor LCA2007 shots, which we’re about to see many of. (-:

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