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08-31-2014, 01:36 PM   #46
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QuoteOriginally posted by jbinpg Quote
Wow. Nice stitch!
Thanks !

Now i've try to enhance a part of this Panorama with Photoshop.

Above us...


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That is a beautiful rendition of the summer triangle. What were the original exposure values?

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That is a beautiful rendition of the summer triangle. What were the original exposure values?

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3200 iso 15s f/2 18mm -0.5Ev & 6400 iso 15s f/2 18mm -0.5Ev

(I didn't see that my K3 was under exposure -0.5Ev.... )
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QuoteOriginally posted by ZeGaby Quote
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3200 iso 15s f/2 18mm -0.5Ev & 6400 iso 15s f/2 18mm -0.5Ev

(I didn't see that my K3 was under exposure -0.5Ev.... )
Didn´t you use M-mode for the photo?

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Didn´t you use M-mode for the photo?
Oh Yes, i always use it for this kind of pictures !
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QuoteOriginally posted by ZeGaby Quote
Oh Yes, i always use it for this kind of pictures !
Ok, in that case the exposure comp does nothing to your images.
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Ok, in that case the exposure comp does nothing to your images.
Ok, and thanks for your comment i didn't know this !

So the real : 3200 iso 15s f/2 18mm & 6400 iso 15s f/2 18mm
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QuoteOriginally posted by Tjompen1968 Quote
Ok, in that case the exposure comp does nothing to your images.
Except if you use the green button in M-mode, then the EV will affect the measuring.

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Except if you use the green button in M-mode, then the EV will affect the measuring.
Quite true, that will give the P-curve with comp included if configured with P-Line, Tv-shift or Av-shift.
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Some night soon I'll get out the K17 and K-01. Oooo better yet, the Q and my 6" scope on its new tracking platform!
Thanks for the inspiration!
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Last night was perfect for star photos. Lucked into a little aurora, too. K-3, 18-55 kit lens @ 23mm, O-GPS1, f4.5, 40 sec., ISO3200. - Jack

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This picture was made with an iso bracketing.
Using 1600/3200/6400 iso added like an HDR with Photomatix
K3 - Sigma 18-35mm f/1.8 @ f/2.0
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Woooow. One of the most spectacular astrophoto I've seen this year. And I've seen a lot. Congrats.
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Very nice. You can sense the sweep of the Milky Way's Orion Spur in which we reside:

A map of the Milky Way | Galaxy Map

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