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Jun 17, 2018 00:12 |  #5071

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Jun 17, 2018 00:15 |  #5072

Gotta say after 18 months I am still impressed with the shadow recovery this sensor allows.

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Jun 17, 2018 14:38 |  #5073

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I heard they've been doing that lately. Probably facing some real though competition and they want to keep their customers.


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Jun 17, 2018 16:13 |  #5074

Playing around with the golden hour light after work Friday, my backyard produces some nice bokeh with the trees.

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Jun 17, 2018 17:55 |  #5075

I'm just getting into milky way photography and am enjoying it. Lots to learn yet about technique and processing, but so many helpful tutorials on YouTube. This is the Milky Way over Cape St Mary's in Nova Scotia. I'm about 100 ft up overlooking the crashing surf. For this image, I stacked 12 images for the sky using free software, Sequator, at 25 sec, ISO 6400, f2.8. That would leave the water and cliffs dark, so that is a 5 minute exposure at ISO 3200. I then merged the two images in Photoshop. This is my first image using this technique, but I can already see why it's so effective.


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Jun 17, 2018 22:14 |  #5076

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I'm just getting into milky way photography and am enjoying it. Lots to learn yet about technique and processing, but so many helpful tutorials on YouTube. This is the Milky Way over Cape St Mary's in Nova Scotia. I'm about 100 ft up overlooking the crashing surf. For this image, I stacked 12 images for the sky using free software, Sequator, at 25 sec, ISO 6400, f2.8. That would leave the water and cliffs dark, so that is a 5 minute exposure at ISO 3200. I then merged the two images in Photoshop. This is my first image using this technique, but I can already see why it's so effective.
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That really turned out so nice. Beautiful work.


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Jun 18, 2018 12:46 |  #5080

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Jun 18, 2018 19:22 |  #5081

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Jun 19, 2018 00:28 |  #5082

Sdentrem wrote in post #18646991 (external link)
I'm just getting into milky way photography and am enjoying it. Lots to learn yet about technique and processing, but so many helpful tutorials on YouTube. This is the Milky Way over Cape St Mary's in Nova Scotia. I'm about 100 ft up overlooking the crashing surf. For this image, I stacked 12 images for the sky using free software, Sequator, at 25 sec, ISO 6400, f2.8. That would leave the water and cliffs dark, so that is a 5 minute exposure at ISO 3200. I then merged the two images in Photoshop. This is my first image using this technique, but I can already see why it's so effective.
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Beautiful image! I’m thinking about trying this type of photography... what lens did you use please? And what was the learning curve like for the software?



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Jun 19, 2018 13:05 |  #5083

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Jun 19, 2018 14:30 |  #5084

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Pulled pork and waffles!


The cook ruined it!


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Jun 19, 2018 18:14 |  #5085

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Beautiful image! I’m thinking about trying this type of photography... what lens did you use please? And what was the learning curve like for the software?

I used a Rokinon 14mm 2.8. Its a manual focus lens, but great at astro work and inexpensive. The software was pretty straightforward. Less that 30 minutes.




  
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