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Aug 09, 2019 18:18 |  #3211

Capn Fishy wrote in post #18907756 (external link)
=Cap'n Fishy;18907756]Loch Brora (-1 EV & +1 EV, Photoshop merge)...

Beautiful.
Love the little island (assume it's one). Landscapes of a kids dream. Well this one
Lake, island, boat.



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Aug 10, 2019 05:24 |  #3212

avondale87 wrote in post #18907782 (external link)
Beautiful.
Love the little island (assume it's one). Landscapes of a kids dream. Well this one
Lake, island, boat.

Cheers, it's a man-made island, called Eilean Nam Faoileag (Scottish Gaelic language: island of the gulls). Details... https://canmore.org.uk​/site/6491/eilean-nam-faoileag (external link)

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Aug 15, 2019 16:07 |  #3213

Loch Achray...

(-1 & +1 EV, merged in ACR)

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Aug 20, 2019 10:55 |  #3215

Florida sunrise processed with SNS-HDR.


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Aug 20, 2019 13:27 |  #3216

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Florida sunrise processed with SNS-HDR.


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Bob, that's a very successful SND job. Did you use a bracketed set of 3? With modern sensors only 2 images with 4EV spacing is feasible.


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Aug 20, 2019 18:52 |  #3217

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Very nice!


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Aug 20, 2019 19:48 |  #3218

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Bob, that's a very successful SND job. Did you use a bracketed set of 3? With modern sensors only 2 images with 4EV spacing is feasible.

Thank you, Martin. I used a set of 3 --minus 2, 0, plus 2. I'm very pleased with my new SNS software! I'm very glad that you recommended it to me!


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Aug 20, 2019 19:49 |  #3219

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Very nice!

Thank you. I'm glad you liked it.


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Aug 26, 2019 13:21 |  #3220

The Lake of Menteith (-1 & +1 EV, merged in ACR)...

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Aug 26, 2019 14:52 |  #3221

Why does the sun have spikes ? What lens are you using or are you using a special filter that makes spikes ? I’ve seen them on the internet but not one personally .




  
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Aug 26, 2019 17:43 as a reply to  @ Celestron's post |  #3222

It's the effect you get when you stop down the aperture. Any lens will do it if you stop right down. That was stopped down to f22. There is one difference. If the lens has an even number of blades, you get one spike for each blade. If it has an uneven number of blades you get 2 spikes per blade. The 16-35 f4 IS has 9 blades, so it produces 18 spikes. ;-)a

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Aug 27, 2019 11:54 |  #3224

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Aug 29, 2019 13:24 |  #3225

Celestron wrote in post #18916988 (external link)
Why does the sun have spikes ? What lens are you using or are you using a special filter that makes spikes ? I’ve seen them on the internet but not one personally .

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