A little over 10 years ago, I bought my first interchangeable lens camera. Over those 10 years I developed somewhat of an affinity for images of clouds, Moon etc.. Here, I'd like to show a few images that I made during the strolls (not in any chronological order)..
Saw this linked from another forum just now. Turns out “computational photography” might just be your smartphone figuring out what is in your scene and then just putting something sharper in its place in your photo. Anyone have the same Samsung phone to test and verify?
Not sure if this is the correct gallery to post these.
These were taken just a while ago.
The colours match the ones from the SooC JPEGs but I had to use DT's wavelets mode to preserve the details.
The lens used is a reflecting telescope.
In the lightening sky this AM at full optical and digital zoom with a ton of exposure compensation rolled in.
Romanced with Luminar 3:
Here's what the first shot, with my usual -.3 exposure comp, looked like:
And, just for fun a few minutes later, the "foul weather camera" (Oly...
I really need some advice on this. Maybe it's a dynamic range problem or perhaps a "difference between the human eye and the camera sensor problem, but here goes . . .
We're driving home last night, come around a corner start up a hill, and there's this absolutely HUGE full moon hanging just...
Huge partial moon hanging in the sky this AM.
Put the RX10 4 in full auto mode to see what it would do. Could hear it chattering away, making multiple images and stacking them.
Put it in P mode and rolled in a bunch of minus exposure compensation:
Ran it through DXO 9:
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What an elegant looking camera. I wonder if I could just make a print and hang it on my wall.
Move Along Now. 25seconds f/9 ISO200 shot at 40mm.
Taken on the same night as day 30. Was really enjoying the longer exposure images. You could do these one right after the other and no 2 would look alike. I think I'm going to make a thread and post some more of the shots for the last two...
Burning Through. 0.6sec f/6.3 ISO 1600 shot at 40mm.
Messing around outside again at night, playing with trees and the moon. I had fun trying to figure out the compositions I wanted and trying to picture the next one.