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My second Milky Way. and a little car sent on August 05, 2020 (23:52) by _AndreaCappe. 1 comments, 46 views. [retina]

at 18mm, 30 sec f/3.5, ISO 3200, tripod.

Lo scatto non è dei migliori di quella sera, l'esposizione era troppo lunga e le stelle hanno fatto la scia; il panorama sotto (le montagne) è molto rumoroso, ho sbagliato in fase di post produzione. Spero di riuscire ad ottenere di meglio in futuro, magari dagli stessi file RAW. Una curiosità sulla serie di montagne in basso: Se si guarda la foto in orizzontale, esse formano il profilo di una donna; i lunghi capelli, il viso, il petto, le gambe e i piedi. Viene chiamata "Bella Dormiente" ed è visibile in Canavese particolarmente da Ivrea (TO) (e paesi limitrofi) e da alcuni paesi nel biellese.

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sent on August 07, 2020 (22:40) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

I also have the D750, at 3200 ISO you can only need 10/13 seconds of exposure. When you get better, start taking a dozen photos in series and then merge them into Photoshop with Intermediate blending method to reduce noise. Then you could also erase the hot pixels with corrective brush from the foreground. You have to do a lot of tests but in the end you succeed and you will start to have fun!

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