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    Default Re: How to capture "Moonscape"?

    Quote Originally Posted by rc1q2w3e4r View Post
    I did something close up with 2 different exposures.


    hi,
    may I know how your work flow is like for merging the exposure? Just curious
    Thanks!

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    Default Re: How to capture "Moonscape"?

    Quote Originally Posted by rphotography View Post
    u mean u cut n paste e moon??
    nope, just a plain double exposure on film..

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    Default Re: How to capture "Moonscape"?

    Quote Originally Posted by J-Chan View Post
    nope, just a plain double exposure on film..
    hmm...curious. but its taken at different focusing distance how do u merge them together with the moon at 135mm n the foreground 17mm?

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    Default Re: How to capture "Moonscape"?

    How about you use one exposure and put a black card of the moon after you have exposed for the moon and then keep your shutter open for the foreground.
    So take your camera, Spot meter for the moon.
    Get the reading, and then meter for the foreground.
    Shoot the foreground and when the moon is exposed (eg the how ever long the metering for the moon says) but the black card over the moon.

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    Default Re: How to capture "Moonscape"?

    Quote Originally Posted by rphotography View Post
    hmm...curious. but its taken at different focusing distance how do u merge them together with the moon at 135mm n the foreground 17mm?
    I swaped lenses, took the first exposure with a 70-200 and changed to a 17-40 for the second on the same frame.. the moon was only slightly out of frame and some visualisation to help with the final composition..

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    Bros !!!!

    I knew that FLIM camera can do double exposure, click once and hold the film and click second time on the same film (= double exposure) BUT need your help on DSLR.

    Can you please tell me how? After reading still 'catch no Ball'

    Thanks in advance.

    I like the cresent (moon) beside the HDB best but the moon over landscrape is eyes catching. Love both.

    So.... Please teach me

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    Quote Originally Posted by sleadman View Post
    Bros !!!!

    I knew that FLIM camera can do double exposure, click once and hold the film and click second time on the same film (= double exposure) BUT need your help on DSLR.

    Can you please tell me how? After reading still 'catch no Ball'

    Thanks in advance.

    I like the cresent (moon) beside the HDB best but the moon over landscrape is eyes catching. Love both.

    So.... Please teach me

    Film, not Flim.

    Sure, some DSLR cameras can do a "double exposure" by stacking the resulting JPEGs together, but you're better off just taking 2 pictures and then usig photoshop or gimp to overlay them.
    Alpha

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    Default Re: How to capture "Moonscape"?

    Quote Originally Posted by J-Chan View Post
    I swaped lenses, took the first exposure with a 70-200 and changed to a 17-40 for the second on the same frame.. the moon was only slightly out of frame and some visualisation to help with the final composition..
    frame? hmm...u shot with film?

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    Default Re: How to capture "Moonscape"?

    use something called photoshop, you can do something like double exposure.

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    Default Re: How to capture "Moonscape"?

    Quote Originally Posted by Rashkae View Post
    Film, not Flim.

    Sure, some DSLR cameras can do a "double exposure" by stacking the resulting JPEGs together, but you're better off just taking 2 pictures and then usig photoshop or gimp to overlay them.
    Thanx Q Sir,
    I shall try it out.

    Thanks again.

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