NLC'S

9 years 11 months ago #85143 by jonathan
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Hi i got these 3 images of a nice display on Tuesday morning at 02-07 hrs.







jonathan.

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9 years 11 months ago #85144 by Frank Ryan
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Nicley done Jonathan.
They seem to be only visible at this early stage in the morning
before dawn.

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9 years 11 months ago #85150 by Conor
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Nice shots Jonathan


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9 years 11 months ago #85151 by R Newman
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Well done Johnathan, lovely crisp natural looking shots there, glad to see you finally bagged a display. Looks like a hint of photoshop in that image Conor, looks a bit too blue.

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9 years 11 months ago #85152 by Frank Ryan
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Nice work guys.
I may be incorrect but the 'halo' effect around the tree-line
suggests to me a push of the levels in 'unsharp mask' in PS?
It's difficult to capture a natural looking evening sky,
especially when one is trying to tease out faint details in NLCs.
I wish I had that problem though...
over two weeks straight observing each night and ZERO nlc!

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9 years 11 months ago - 9 years 11 months ago #85153 by Conor
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Yea Frank sharpened due to photo resizing when it compress's the image :)

Ronan your wrong, the image isnt photoshoped, when you are experienced enough you too will know what settings to dial into the camera to get the best results, its called landscape mode, pretty basic actually.

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