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7 Jul 2010 1:25pm
30 seconds...amaising amaising...
7 Jul 2010 8:20pm
@KriKridesign: No. The 30 seconds would be per exposure. I'm not sure how many exposures but some where between hour and a half and two hours of continuous 30 second exposures, stacked using CS4 extended.
7 Jul 2010 10:45pm
oh...I'm not sure I've undrestand it...maybe you can explain more...(I'm completely fascinated by that kind of images...)thank you
8 Jul 2010 8:23am
@KriKridesign: If one were using film, one could just open the shutter for a long time and get the star trails. The sensor in a digital camera warms up and an image would fall apart. To get the star trails, I made a series of 30 second images. These were combined (stacked) in photoshop. Once stacked, I was able to use the function which adds up all the exposed pixels. http://help.adobe.com/en_US/Photoshop/11.0/WSA1E7602F-1D34-4ecf-B2FE-2BB344D6937Ca.htm
Merci 1000X :-))
10 Jul 2010 6:48pm
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