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Night Photography

Xan_Asmodi

Cave Monster
28DL Full Member
In the absence of recent trips out and about, I thought I'd go through the back catalogue and re-process some old ones with more knowledge and better tools...

Here's two recent ones of mine. Stacked from multiple exposures

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and

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The second one has more exposures, but I've noticed the frame gradually creeps upwards ruining the stack :( If anyone has any tips to rectify this (aside from reshoting) please reply :thumb
So here are the new ones!

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Xan_Asmodi

Cave Monster
28DL Full Member
Here's another re-work for you. This is the original:

Here's the re-work:

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120s total exposure (8x15s), f2.8, iso 6400

Still some kinks to iron out, these photos weren't taken with the intent to (or even the knowledge that I could) stack, so they've gone through a lot of skewing, pushing and pulling in PS CS6.

For anyone interested, the tutorial that I used is HERE
 

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