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please check out my astro timelapse
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Author:  voyzee [ Wed Jan 16, 2013 4:35 am ]
Post subject:  please check out my astro timelapse

hey all,

just did my first astro timelapse the other week and am wondering if could get some feedback on it.
how can i improve etc.
it was taken on a new moon with a canon 7D exif is F3.5, 25", ISO 6400. 15mm focal length. sRAW
put together in AE and no tweaking done at all.
when using noise reduction it seems to remove stars and i like the look of millions of stars na mean.

please watch and let me know what you think!
http://vimeo.com/57509273

Cheers.
Voy.

Author:  DENNIS JACIW [ Fri Jan 18, 2013 2:09 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: please check out my astro timelapse

Nicely done Voy :) I would try to lower your iso next time and check the focus. A great shot though and it looks like you dont have much of a problem with urban light pollution. Keep up the great work! :)

Author:  voyzee [ Mon Jan 21, 2013 1:05 am ]
Post subject:  Re: please check out my astro timelapse

thanks for your feedback!
no light pollution due to being away on a camping trip 4 hours away from a major city! so beautifull out there.
i will attempt lower iso and see how it comes out also do you think it is out of focus?. i followed instructions off here on how to focus in live view mode and then zooming in and manually focusing. although any slight knock can put it out especially when zooming back out.

Cheers!

edit: i think the compression has made it look soft...?

Author:  marcel.dezor [ Wed Aug 07, 2013 9:17 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: please check out my astro timelapse

voyzee wrote:
thanks for your feedback!
no light pollution due to being away on a camping trip 4 hours away from a major city! so beautifull out there.
i will attempt lower iso and see how it comes out also do you think it is out of focus?. i followed instructions off here on how to focus in live view mode and then zooming in and manually focusing. although any slight knock can put it out especially when zooming back out.

Cheers!

edit: i think the compression has made it look soft...?


You have to use digital zoom for focusing, don't use lens zoom.

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