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sam1965uk

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Long Exposure
« on: August 22, 2012, 11:50:05 AM »


this is 5 shot's stacked all 30 secs long
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Re: Long Exposure
« Reply #1 on: August 22, 2012, 01:25:09 PM »
really amazing.

how many meters above zero did you shoot that?
what lens and f-stops did you use for that?

i think here in germanyat 400m where i am the air is too misty for such a good shot :)
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Re: Long Exposure
« Reply #2 on: August 22, 2012, 03:48:49 PM »
Hi there the photo was taken by putting my Canon 60d on to my Skywatcher 200p telescope 1000mm at F5 with a Goto mount to track the stars over a long time

see photo below



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Re: Long Exposure
« Reply #3 on: December 01, 2012, 10:53:32 PM »
dude u are master..

i got coool  cosmic event for u...

From 8 th  december  till 21  where most active night will be at 14th december u will be able to see  ( all earth ) Gemini Meteor Shower..

one of the bigest in one year scale.. just  focus in Gemini Constelation and Open Shuter ,,btu u knwo what u needto do  ;)

its 60 to 160 Meteors drop in earth Atmosfere per Hour.. so imagine how it can looks with cool lens..

i love ur Orion Photo

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Re: Long Exposure
« Reply #4 on: December 05, 2012, 08:33:21 AM »
Wow really nice stack, did the star flares come in camera or are they a post effect? How do you remove noise from hot sensor, dark frame sub?
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Re: Long Exposure
« Reply #5 on: December 05, 2012, 04:52:45 PM »
Wow really nice stack, did the star flares come in camera or are they a post effect? How do you remove noise from hot sensor, dark frame sub?

when u got conected Telescope like thes guy got u can shot in low iso so lower noize..
the colour what u see on photo its gas what is invisible for human eye in this form..
only long exposure and show u this what can see..
noize is eazy to remove with extra software like Photoshop or Lightroom..
in Photoshop whenu editing TIF u can click Adjustments TAb and u got there all setings u need :) .. for kill noize ect etc..

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Stars are real...

and maybe this sounds weird but i got less hot pixels with higher ISO...

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Re: Long Exposure
« Reply #6 on: December 05, 2012, 05:50:30 PM »
this is 5 shot's stacked all 30 secs long

Awesome image!

I'm completeley new to Magic Lantern, so this might sound like a stupid question: Why didn't you use ML's long time exposure?

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Re: Long Exposure
« Reply #7 on: December 05, 2012, 06:12:42 PM »
Awesome image!

I'm completeley new to Magic Lantern, so this might sound like a stupid question: Why didn't you use ML's long time exposure?

well... he used..and i must say its only one way for make photos like he Shot..
but he alsow using MotorTripod for Telescope. so he just picking object on Earth Sky he seting up Tracking Device what is connected to Motorized Tripod(small computer )  for Tracking object on Sky he taking off lenss from camera and from Telescope and he connecting  to telescope Only Camera Body..with some special Adapter..later he come to Magic Lantern he use Long Exposure with HDR maybe open shutter for long time and u got MAgic... this Motorized Tripod its Profesional Stuff for makingAstroPhotograhpy.. but alsow u ca nuse it to coool time lapses with out  conected telescope ..only camera..




Awesome image!

I'm completeley new to Magic Lantern, so this might sound like a stupid question: Why didn't you use ML's long time exposure?


he means 5 shots but all single shots are setup on 30 second Exposure..so  1 shot = 30 second exposure..what mean 30 second tracking object with Motorized Tripod..i took few nights ago my First shot with new camera ... first time  i use digital for AstroPhotograhpy but im not lucky ass this guy ..i make shot with out motorized tripod..more..with OUT ANY tripod :D ..exposure abotue 4 second  when i make little corection i let u knwo how it looks with out  motorized tripod and short exposure..