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View from the Campo dei Fiori...

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View from the Campo dei Fiori sent on January 02, 2014 (18:05) by Mattfala. 4 comments, 549 views.

, f/5.0, tripod.

Unione di 3 scatti. Città: 19 sec., iso 800. Cielo: 14 sec., iso 3200. Primo piano: 20 sec., iso 3200.





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sent on January 27, 2014 (18:02) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

To better understand how you did this photo? each part has a different focus or you were always on infinity? What program did you use? How come you were not on a F9 or 10, which is usually used with the scenery? doing different shots, how did you not get the movement of the stars? Sorry so many questions, but this technique several shots I'm passionate about .... Thanks in advance

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sent on January 27, 2014 (18:25) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

The focus I kept fixed (not to infinity, where they would almost all out of focus, but in the right place), and I made three shots in order to properly expose the stars in one, in a town and in ' last on the first floor.

The shots I then joined with Photoshop, using layer masks, so as to show, for each shot, only the properly exposed.

I used f5 to avoid having the stars streaked, or not to use too long or too high iso.
The diaphragm then I left to f5 in other shots just because I forgot to change it:-D otherwise, to the bottom, I could safely use smaller apertures and longer, without worrying about the stars, already properly exposed and not in stripsor shooting at ISO3200 14sec.

I hope I was clear :-)

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sent on January 27, 2014 (18:29) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

is very clear, although I do not know how to use well ps. So in a nutshell, using the masks is like glue three pieces of different photos, each focusing on its own. The stars are part of a single photo and the other two are not there! I have to try, the idea excites me!

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sent on January 27, 2014 (18:47) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

So in a nutshell, using the masks is like glue three pieces of different photos, each focusing on its own

Not really: the focus does not change, is the same for all three shots, only changes the exposure.


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