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  1. Craigus

    Craigus

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    Craig
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    Went out to have a go at shooting the stars the other night, these are a couple of the better ones. With no real idea how these would come out I'm fairly happy for a first attempt.

    These were all shot on a Canon 80D with the EF-S 10-18mm lens @10mm.

    C&C welcome, my PP is a bit severe I suspect... on that note, any advice from people experienced in processing these types of shots would be much appreciated. I tried to push the third one a bit more hence it looking different, you can really see the effect of the high ISO in the blotchy colours.

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    Thanks for looking.
     
  2. Gaz J

    Gaz J

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    Well you're certainly in the ball park as far as exposure time is concerned. No trailing, bit of coma in the corners but that's normal for most lenses until they are stopped down a bit so nothing to worry about.

    Processing is very much a personal thing, like it is with other aspects of photography so, rather than try and give you processing tips, have a look at this site.

    http://www.lonelyspeck.com/
     
  3. cjt2011

    cjt2011

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    Carl
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    Fabulous shot
     
  4. realspeed

    realspeed

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    They need despeckling, OOPs sorry those are the stars:banana::rolleyes::LOL:
     
  5. bobjim

    bobjim

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    Rob
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    great shot, out of interest what was the white balance set to?
     
  6. sk66

    sk66

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    I think the next step would probably be to take multiple images and average them.
     
  7. daguzo

    daguzo

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    Daniel
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    Can you tell me where was this great shots taken?
     
  8. PatrickO

    PatrickO

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    Beautiful. Out of interest how do these compare to what you could see with the naked eye?
     

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