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Apr 25, 2014 13:32 |  #2806

Canon Dog wrote in post #16860128 (external link)
Very nice photograph Travis.

Thank you...glad you think so.

cheffievrs wrote in post #16860694 (external link)
^^^^^^

Absolutely stunning Travis

Thanks...still kinda shocked that I was there and got a shot like that...that always happens to someone else, and not me.


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Apr 25, 2014 23:05 |  #2807

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Apr 25, 2014 23:07 |  #2808

wow!


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Apr 25, 2014 23:12 |  #2809

^^ Really love the first one sjyap. wow! :eek:


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Apr 26, 2014 02:09 |  #2810

Sunrise at Beardy River, Glen Innes, NSW, Australia.


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Apr 26, 2014 06:33 |  #2811

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Apr 26, 2014 06:55 |  #2812

Really well executed jbm7777, great capture and composition. Love the effect of the stacked images on the skies, kind of a 'pipe cleaner sky'




  
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Apr 26, 2014 08:31 |  #2813

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Really well executed jbm7777, great capture and composition. Love the effect of the stacked images on the skies, kind of a 'pipe cleaner sky'

Thanks, my first attempt at this type of shot


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Apr 26, 2014 08:34 |  #2814

what's the purpose of the stacked? focus stacking?


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Apr 26, 2014 09:51 |  #2815

vinmunoz wrote in post #16862571 (external link)
what's the purpose of the stacked? focus stacking?

It's just something new to try, I think it is just a different method of Long Exposure without the long exposure gear. Some skies seem to work well for it, that one really does work.


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Apr 26, 2014 11:00 |  #2816

vinmunoz wrote in post #16862571 (external link)
what's the purpose of the stacked? focus stacking?

The idea is to be able to get a really sharp image from front to back without using a small aperture like f/22. You could shoot at f/8, or whatever the sweet spot (sharpest) for your given lens is and take multiple frames with the focal plane being moved between frames. The stack is combined into one image resulting in a sharper image than possible with only one shot. Often used in macro, it does have applications for landscape as well.


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Apr 26, 2014 11:22 |  #2817

thanks cutwater. i know focus stacking but i didn't seem to understand his purpose because if you focus stack, he shouldn't go f22.

for a brenizer effect, he should shoot wipe open. oh well maybe he's just experimenting.

agree with the clouds working.


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Apr 26, 2014 12:15 |  #2818

vinmunoz wrote in post #16862571 (external link)
what's the purpose of the stacked? focus stacking?

Check out Matt Malloy on Flickr or 500px, there was a good write up on an effect that he developed allowing him to get these brush stroke skies with the clouds by taking multiple shots in a set period and stacking them in photoshop. Much like you would do for a star trail. This is a little linear and the duration was a little short so I ended up with this jagged dark sky. The clouds never really did cooperate and change to good colors like we were expecting but it ended up with a cool look regardless. Not really focus stacked because I shot at f22.
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Apr 26, 2014 13:31 |  #2819

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