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11-10-2020, 10:30 AM - 5 Likes   #1396
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Horse Farm at Dawn (FA 31 limited/pixel shift)



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Horse Farm at Dawn (FA 31 limited/pixel shift)

Really like the colors on this one!
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Really like the colors on this one!
Thank you.

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Horse Farm at Dawn
GREAT sharpness to this image, very nice!

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GREAT sharpness to this image, very nice!
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Pixel shift and mushrooms are almost synonymous for me.
I'd love to see one or two mushroom photos with and without pixel shift, side by side...

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I'd love to see one or two mushroom photos with and without pixel shift, side by side...
I have done the comparison before. Sometimes it's about even, sometimes the difference is spectacular.
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Railroad Tracks at Sunrise (DFA 24-70mm/pixel shift)

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All I can tell is that for example in case of landscapes, if there are trees in little windy weather, their leafs will appear smudged as they are moving during exposure. And mostly you see this kind of artifacts when you come back home.
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All I can tell is that for example in case of landscapes, if there are trees in little windy weather, their leafs will appear smudged as they are moving during exposure. And mostly you see this kind of artifacts when you come back home.
That's why you need to use motion correction (either in RAW Therapee or DCU). It will take care of that, although if it is really windy, you're probably best off skipping the pixel shift completely.
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A couple of pre-dawn shots with the DFA 24-70mm...

A Chilly Morning



Before Dawn

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