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3 Moons


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Shot at three different times through the evening... Each is a stack shot at 600mm

Earliesy, very difficult lighting and low contrast

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Middle

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And ... later, therefore darker, and so much more contrast

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Nice to see how the contrast changes through the course of an evening. 

It always amazing me just how much better the eye is compared to a camera. 

That last one is very nice :)

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Thanks Ant, yeah, the eye is a very flexible optical instrument.

I've just noticed something weird with the middle one.. no idea where that gradient has come from... I'm not seeing it in the original .tif... something weird in the conversion, upload and host I guess.

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30 minutes ago, jgs001 said:

Thanks Ant, yeah, the eye is a very flexible optical instrument.

I've just noticed something weird with the middle one.. no idea where that gradient has come from... I'm not seeing it in the original .tif... something weird in the conversion, upload and host I guess.

Yeah now you mention it... I had to look for it though.

I tried a stack of some Earthshine close ups (only 5), and a quarter of the resulting image (top left corner) is significantly brighter. So it would appear that we both have a few gremlins to find. 

Always a pleasure looking at your images mate, gives me something to aspire too :)

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I may not bother to try and stack deep blue images of the moon, it always results in weirdness in the background...

Thanks, it's very kind of you to say so... trying to get my head back in the game, been a long time since I did anything like this, but it's all coming back to me. As I recall, you always produced images that I used to aspire to...

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