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Apr 05, 2020 06:18 |  #7441

Ants at 5x magnification. These critters are so tiny and so hard to shoot:


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Apr 05, 2020 20:04 |  #7442

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Apr 05, 2020 21:23 as a reply to  @ MichSt's post |  #7443

When I saw this on my phone, at first I thought it was a photo of two youths looking at the path they were fixing to tackle.

Just wondering if you took a photo of them facing the other direction? In my opinion that would be a meaninful image too.


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Apr 05, 2020 22:07 |  #7444

So I'm back at it, this time a 94% full moon rising. Taken through the edgeHD 8 telescope. Once again single frame processed jpg, but this time as a bit of an experiment, I took about a dozen frames in high-speed mode to try to stack... If my Linux box behaves that is and can handle the actual raw files.

Believe it or not I'd like to get even closer, but my idea of shoving a Barlow lens into the mix got me nowhere. Probably need a dedicated planetary camera.

I am struggling a bit with deep sky stuff, getting the rig and camera and computer and software and days off and clear evenings to work together, so I opted for this target :-)


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Apr 06, 2020 06:47 |  #7445

Crystal clear last night.


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Apr 06, 2020 07:17 |  #7446

More ants:


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Apr 06, 2020 15:09 |  #7447

This might be over done for some, but I think I actually like it. Lots of first in this one, getting a decent image in gimp, stacking multiple frames (about 18) in a program I did not think was going to work. And used Linux of which I seem to have a love / hate relationship with.

I converted the .cr3 files to dng for easier handling in the stacking program. This is the same image from last night pretty much, just processed a bit more. Still trying to learn a bunch of stuff, sometimes almost all at once.


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Apr 06, 2020 15:17 as a reply to  @ wxjef's post |  #7448

That's cool, love it. What stacking programs are available for Mac users?




  
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Apr 06, 2020 17:26 |  #7449

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Apr 06, 2020 21:56 |  #7450

Trying to give the 100-400 a work out on the R.


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Apr 06, 2020 22:53 |  #7451

This Wasp kept nice and still so I was able to blast of several consecutive frames for aligning and stacking in PS CC to increase the depth of focus.

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Apr 08, 2020 13:09 |  #7452


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Apr 08, 2020 19:37 |  #7453

Shortaction wrote in post #19041715 (external link)
That's cool, love it. What stacking programs are available for Mac users?

Not sure what programs are available for Mac for this type of stuff. I'm pretty sure windows (ack!) Has the lions share of programs many free. It's been a challenge finding Linux software as well, although I'm nowhere near a pro Linux user. Actually struggle with it quite a lot.




  
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Apr 08, 2020 20:31 |  #7454

wxjef wrote in post #19043022 (external link)
Not sure what programs are available for Mac for this type of stuff. I'm pretty sure windows (ack!) Has the lions share of programs many free. It's been a challenge finding Linux software as well, although I'm nowhere near a pro Linux user. Actually struggle with it quite a lot.

Have you tried Hugin. (Linux)

I have used it for panoramas and it works very well for my purposes. In one test it aligned and stitched a 180 degree pano from 7 hand held shots. The result wasn't razor sharp but impressive all things considered.

From what I've read it works for focus stacking although I haven't tried it for that. Foss so the only cost is the time it takes to install and try it.

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>>> Pictures? What pictures? <<<<

  
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Apr 08, 2020 20:48 as a reply to  @ RodS57's post |  #7455

I'll have to look into that. Thanks for the info!




  
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