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Jan 06, 2022 Jan 06, 2022

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This was rejected for being under or over exposed. It was a series of long exposures, stacked, to showcase the home and the night sky. Suggestions?

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Contributor , Jan 06, 2022 Jan 06, 2022
Awesome image!  From a technical standpoint, there is still noticeable noise in the sky though. I suspect night sky images with stars in them that are being used commercially have been taken with a tracker that rotates at the same speed of the earth.  This allows for a much longer exposure, and thus a lower ISO.  Super long exposures and trackers come with their own set of challenges though 

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Adobe Community Professional , Jan 06, 2022 Jan 06, 2022
The sky still needs some noise reduction. The shadows also need to be lightened up. Is this your house? Regardless, you will need a property release. 

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Adobe Community Professional , Jan 09, 2022 Jan 09, 2022
Great image. Congratulations. The picture is slightly underexposed ( you need to fix this cut-off) and the sky is too noisy. The art is to denoise without touching the stars. Other points: It's unfortunate that the garage is so limit with the image border. It would be better to have view of the garage road. The image could have a small geometry correction. As @Ralph Lear said, you will need a property release.

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Awesome image!  From a technical standpoint, there is still noticeable noise in the sky though.

 

I suspect night sky images with stars in them that are being used commercially have been taken with a tracker that rotates at the same speed of the earth.  This allows for a much longer exposure, and thus a lower ISO.  Super long exposures and trackers come with their own set of challenges though 🙂

 

 

-George Folster
Fine Art Landscape Photographer

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The sky still needs some noise reduction. The shadows also need to be lightened up.

Is this your house? Regardless, you will need a property release. 

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Great image. Congratulations.

 

The picture is slightly underexposed ( Abambo_0-1641725564243.png you need to fix this cut-off) and the sky is too noisy.

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The art is to denoise without touching the stars.

 

Other points:

  • It's unfortunate that the garage is so limit with the image border. It would be better to have view of the garage road.
  • The image could have a small geometry correction.

 

As @Ralph Lear said, you will need a property release.

 

 

ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer

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