problem with multi exposure with dslr d70


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first try out the multi exposure using black card,
but output look over exposure n noises:confused:
any good technis to share.....thank u:sweat:

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using black card technies , multi exposure f/29 5min interval exp time 5sec

Nikon D70 ,Sigma 50-500mm f/4-6.3 EX APO RF
706s f/29.0 at 165.0mm hide exif
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Date/Time 10-Sep-2005 22:19:01
Make Nikon
Model NIKON D70
Flash Used No
Focal Length 165 mm
Exposure Time 706.80 sec
Aperture f/29
ISO Equivalent
Exposure Bias
White Balance
Metering Mode matrix (5)
JPEG Quality (6)
Exposure Program manual (1)
Focus Distance
 

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try on the noise reduction.
using wat iso? 200 would be fine.
understand the exposure of the cam first. do a few trial shots for the "correct" exposure that u want.
 

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the title of the thread misleads others into thinking that it's the problem of the camera.
did you mean each time exposed for 5 sec ? the moon is a pretty bright object, 5 sec will probably overexpose it even at f/29.
you should try using spot metering instead of matrix.
alternatively, take a few shots and merge with photoshop.
 

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For shooting moon, exposure should be 1/125 or 1/60 of a sec in f/16 & iso100/200 regardless of full or half moon(I think) & zoom range from your lens. Just try that out when there's clear sky on that night. Anyone out there, do correct me if I am wrong. Cheers mate & keep on improving.;p
 

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thank all of you:D
jnet6/ yes, the iso is setting at 200
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kc/ sorry for the title ,'ii try on spot next time
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spectrum/not possible on high speed due to manual exposure
'll try on 1 sec:D
 

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cajuca said:
thank all of you:D
jnet6/ yes, the iso is setting at 200
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kc/ sorry for the title ,'ii try on spot next time
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spectrum/not possible on high speed due to manual exposure
'll try on 1 sec:D
Trust me on that dude. The more you magnify the moon the faster shutter you will need to take the pics. Common sence will tell you, the moon is a satelite orbiting around earth. So what this tells you? Think my friend.;p
 

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Spectrum said:
Trust me on that dude. The more you magnify the moon the faster shutter you will need to take the pics. Common sence will tell you, the moon is a satelite orbit around earth. So what this tells you? Think my friend.;p
Oh cajuca, what Spectrum said is correct. Go and try first, you will get what you want.
Even you can try shooting night scene with the moon together. you will get the scence very nice but the moon always over expose.
 

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Spectrum said:
Trust me on that dude. The more you magnify the moon the faster shutter you will need to take the pics. Common sence will tell you, the moon is a satelite orbit around earth. So what this tells you? Think my friend.;p
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yes sir,orger that:cool:
instruction take note;)
1/125s f/16 iso200:bigeyes:
so , i had to do multi-shoot n use photoshop to merge
'ii try it on next week .
any dslr camera with multi-exposure function? DX2?
 

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yes sir,orger that:cool:
instruction take note;)
1/125s f/16 iso200:bigeyes:
so , i had to do multi-shoot n use photoshop to merge
'ii try it on next week .
any dslr camera with multi-exposure function? DX2?
That beats me dude.;p
 

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today the sky is clear so ,, shoot again :angry:
more on the link
http://www.pbase.com/cajuca/moon_shoot

Nikon D100
1/160s f/16.0 at 500.0mm hide exif
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Date/Time 13-Sep-2005 20:03:45
Make Nikon
Model D100
Flash Used No
Focal Length 500 mm
Exposure Time 1/160 sec
Aperture f/16
ISO Equivalent 200
Exposure Bias +1
White Balance aw
Metering Mode center weighted (2)
JPEG Quality (6)
Exposure Program manual (1)
Focus Distance
 

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Well, well..... Isn't that a lot better than the previous pics you have? Keep it up & improve on what you shoot.;p Cheers dude.:)
 

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Spectrum said:
Well, well..... Isn't that a lot better than the previous pics you have? Keep it up & improve on what you shoot.;p Cheers dude.:)
Thank u master
and is one for u
:cool: today full moon
 

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cajuca said:
Thank u master
and is one for u
:cool: today full moon
Thanks for the full moon, dude.;p Anyway, I'm not a master at all. Just another ordinary guy who just like to share their thoughts to someone who like/wish to learn, that's all.:) Cheers dude.
 

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