I like to use the continuous shutter option sometimes to document my summers, and then go back in later and compile all of this footage into "music videos" of sorts. This summer, I shot around 20,000 photographs, converted every moment into unique sequences, and edited them like video to create a 10 minute piece. It's shot at 3 fps and played back at 5 fps, coupled with a 1.8 lens that wanders in and out of focus, to create this really unique stop-motion'ish vibe to the video. I'd love to hear your views, opinions, crits on this. http://www.andybloxham.com/2008/video/mysummer2009/files/mysummer2009.shtml It was made while working at the Maine Media Workshops, in Rockport, ME. Most of the people you see in it are fellow staff and faculty from there.. And if you lived around the coast in New England during June, you'll understand the very opening to it.