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10-04-2016, 02:29 PM - 10 Likes   #121
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QuoteOriginally posted by todd Quote
Well, the top half of this image is mostly pixel shifted...
That's really cool, love the ghosting.

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Pixel Shift in Oneonta Gorge OR. D FA 24-70 with B+W circular polarizer filter. Surprisingly DCU handled some of the movement artifacts here very well. Other scenes I shot with waterfalls and leaves out there required some hand editing. I did find a few hot pixels (random pixels of red, blue, etc.) scattered around. There may be a few still hanging out in there...



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Rather mystical location your little waterfall there. Me likes.
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Sunrise Patoka Lake (with DFA 15-30)

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QuoteOriginally posted by carolina_sky Quote
That's really cool, love the ghosting.

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Pixel Shift in Oneonta Gorge OR. D FA 24-70 with B+W circular polarizer filter. Surprisingly DCU handled some of the movement artifacts here very well. Other scenes I shot with waterfalls and leaves out there required some hand editing. I did find a few hot pixels (random pixels of red, blue, etc.) scattered around. There may be a few still hanging out in there...

That's one of my favorite spots in the Gorge. Lovely shot. My K-1 arrives this week and this is a great time of year for shooting landscapes.

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FF Mode • 100 ISO • Sigma Art 18-35mm F1.8 DC HSM • PixelShift Mode

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A couple of pixel-shift shots with the DFA 15-30.



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Interesting poles and sticks in the water in that first photo. Have you tried any long exposures with those? Have a look at in-camera multiexposure with average method sometimes to get that long exposure look without filters on 15-30.

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Here is an example how much details can be had in a pixel-shift image in 1:1 crop: http://mjkoski.1g.fi/kuvat/Miscellaneous/trash/IMGP0070.jpg/_full.jpg

That is Zeiss 28/2 @ f/2.8. It goes beyond what 645Z can provide.

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QuoteOriginally posted by MJKoski Quote
Interesting poles and sticks in the water in that first photo. Have you tried any long exposures with those? Have a look at in-camera multiexposure with average method sometimes to get that long exposure look without filters on 15-30.

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Here is an example how much details can be had in a pixel-shift image in 1:1 crop: http://mjkoski.1g.fi/kuvat/Miscellaneous/trash/IMGP0070.jpg/_full.jpg

That is Zeiss 28/2 @ f/2.8. It goes beyond what 645Z can provide.
I should take a look at it. Obviously you can't do that with pixel shift -- frankly you have to use the motion correction feature if you are shooting water with it because you get weird artifacts otherwise.

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Indeed. But it could look pretty as normal exposure
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Indeed. But it could look pretty as normal exposure
Can multi exposure mode create a raw file?
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My first Pixel Shift image.... Sigma 70 macro at about 1:2

K-1, Sigma 70 macro at about 1:2
ISO 200 ƒ11, 1/6s
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Can multi exposure mode create a raw file?
Yes that is what it does if you have RAW selected as image format. That is the sweet thing. K-1 is totally unique in this, just take 100-200 frame averaged stack and you have noiseless smooth long exposure like output without IQ trashing filters.

Sony has "Smooth Reflections" -app for their A7x and NEX cameras which does the same thing but is limited to 256 exposures. But the output is 12bit lossy compressed "semi-RAW" (YEAAAH!!!) with noticeable banding in tonal transitions.
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A couple more DFA 15-30 shots.



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Nice pictures over all.
It’s kind of funny though that the one photo mode that only works as intended on absolutely static subjects is almost exclusively used on scenes with moving water.

Ok, that’s maybe a bit exaggerated, but it’s very common.
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QuoteOriginally posted by MJKoski Quote
Yes that is what it does if you have RAW selected as image format. That is the sweet thing. K-1 is totally unique in this, just take 100-200 frame averaged stack and you have noiseless smooth long exposure like output without IQ trashing filters.

Sony has "Smooth Reflections" -app for their A7x and NEX cameras which does the same thing but is limited to 256 exposures. But the output is 12bit lossy compressed "semi-RAW" (YEAAAH!!!) with noticeable banding in tonal transitions.
Awesome! If ot was jpeg only i wouldnt be interested.
I was really not looking forward to getting one of those filter adapters for my 15-30mm.
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