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    Default stacking many shots into 1

    i tried this shot, not great contents but just something i could shoot here
    five 5 sec shots averaged + five 20 sec shots averaged + 1 30 sec shot and blended them with this result. still looks a bit unnatural but happy with the result nontheless
    check out the low noise level esp in the sky near the orange lights
    i had a hard time trying to show the trees


    http://jagr.hopto.org/pgp%204.jpg
    Last edited by JaGr; 19th October 2002 at 05:47 AM.

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    Default Re: stacking many shots into 1

    Originally posted by JaGr
    i tried this shot, not great contents but just something i could shoot here
    five 5 sec shots averaged + five 20 sec shots averaged + 1 30 sec shot and blended them with this result. still looks a bit unnatural but happy with the result nontheless
    check out the low noise level esp in the sky near the orange lights
    i had a hard time trying to show the trees
    Not a bad effort at all. It's a technique that's been used with CCD astrocameras for many years, where it's not uncommon to stack 200+ images to get a final image.
    Last edited by Ian; 20th October 2002 at 05:36 PM.
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    field multiscanning huh LOL
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    Originally posted by denizenx
    field multiscanning huh LOL
    Nope, it's called 'stacking' it's a variation on an old darkroom technique.
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