Around -20°C while taking this photo in the middle of nowhere. I managed to stay out for 4-5 minutes. Took about 6 photos. None of them were satisfying, but I just couldn't stay out any longer. So here it is.
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There is any other word which fits perfectly to it than just "excellent". Good job
For me it's great
That's the problem with these stars. You have to stay up late in the summer, or you have to suffer the cold in the winter.
muchos trueos (tries to speak Spanish, lamp falls on head)
Looks so appleish!
Sigh, can you please stop being so good so us amateurs can have a chance?? (jk never stop)
It's so beautiful!!! Wow! I would like to paint it... could I do that?
Awesome. Good job you know your camera so well, in conditions like that you don't want to be fumbling around freezing off your fingers!
17mm, 10s, f2.8, ISO 1000: noted ;)
Noted this as well!!!!!
In this case, it's more of "know your software" rather than "know your camera". The pics looked decent on the camera's LCD screen, but after downloading them onto the computer - it was just a black stain with few white dots. I even updated Lightroom to get its' latest Dehaze feature.
Lol, software to the rescue!
I too noticed how astro photos looked way better on the LCD screen. Would you have used different settings if it hadn't been so cold to give it another go? Just asking so I can steal them ;)
I'd definitely spent more time on focusing. Yesterday was not the best weather either. The sky wasn't as clear as it could've been.
Now that I know you can't trust what you see on the LCD screen, I'd probably experiment much more with the settings. I'd try it with higher ISO.
Ah, I would have expected you might say a lower ISO to avoid the noise. Is that to make the exposure shorter, or to use a smaller f-stop?
As for focusing on infinity when it's dark, in my limited experience this is probably one of the only downsides of an EVF. My guess is a "manual focus ring" lens like the 12mm might makes things a tad easier....
P.S. A little web reading on the subject (most notably mu-43.com/threads/adjusting-ma... and forum.fourthirdsphoto.com/thre...) seems to indicate that you'd have to calibrate the infinity markers beforehand to get best results. Oh well...
Not satisfying? I love it!
I would think so :)
My Confetti Moon
Pure Zen :))
Love how the tree line anchors this view. Great composition.