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    Default HDR Moon eclipse

    I tried to do a HDR of the eclipse. Fail miserably. There alot of light specks. Or the alightment issue?

    I have upload the 3 source photo to http://gallery.clubsnap.com/showgall...&ppuser=116658.
    Last edited by furyhawk; 28th June 2010 at 12:31 AM.
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    Default Re: HDR Moon eclipse

    I don't understand the problem. Can you post a picture of your results?

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    Default Re: HDR Moon eclipse

    My first question would be: Why would you want to do a HDR picture of the moon in the middle of a dark sky, especially during an eclipse?

    I think you are using the wrong tool for the picture you want to create.

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    Default Re: HDR Moon eclipse

    HDR not friendly to pic without hue?..

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    Default Re: HDR Moon eclipse

    Quote Originally Posted by furyhawk View Post
    HDR not friendly to pic without hue?..
    no

    HDR not very useful for images that do not require a high dynamic range capture... you can make it look "HDR-crunchy", but then you can do it with a single image if the subject doesn't have a large dynamic range to capture...

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    Default Re: HDR Moon eclipse

    i see, thanks. think moon only reflect sunlight. there's no specular highlight.
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    Default Re: HDR Moon eclipse

    i believe is noise ba.. its ok for you to stack different exposure of the moon together if u wanna get more details of the craters, you can try this program call RegiStax to help you
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