Resting the camera on the dashboard of the car to keep it relatively stable would be a good approach. Then it's just the car's movement and the cars outside that will create the blur and not camera shake. This will have to be experimental as far as shutter speeds and exposure are concerned. Obviously night time would work best if I am going to record light streaks. The camera pointing at back seat and kids with blur outside?
I hate this! Is there a pattern to the numbers and I just haven't stared at it for long enough? Or is it seriously just random? The site says 'I slowly fade into the dark; the sun is gone, the day; the world is gone.' —Douglas Newton, from “Landscapes of Night and Day” Photography Credit Nom Pourflickr THERE NEEDS TO BE A PATTERN!!
Pomodoro Technique - I tried this for awhile to keep myself focused at work. But it was just too distracting. I felt like the timer was constantly going off and I was jumping up and down to take breaks so much I couldn't get any work done. I prefer to focus on one major project for at least a couple of hours, then take a good break.