A&P Another timelapse attempt!

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  1. nicklk

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  2. looks like more than 9 frames unless you added some motion tween to the moon :wiggle:
     
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    27 frames to be exact:fawk:
     
  4. that's better, what was you frame rate 1 shot / 3 minutes or longer?
     
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    15 second exposures, one right after another till the moon was gone
     
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    :bowdown:

    I counted 26 :rofl:
     
  7. he doesn't even know how many frames it is!!! Oh he definately stole that but he forgot to add the watermark!!!! :run:
     
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    :rolleyes:


    Thats :cool:
     
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    I know you were joking;)

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  11. mattsb2000

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    Well the individual frames were excessive.


    How did you make the proof sheet thing?
     

  12. open up the folder in windows and click on thumbnail view. :dunno:
     
  13. mattsb2000

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    Yeah, that's one way.
     
  14. alright guys i'm out, time to get productive :wiggle:
     
  15. nicklk

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    Used IRfanview thumbnails creator
     
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    :cool:
     
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    I spy a hot pixel (blue in color) on the far right, about 1/3 of the way down. You should get that recalibrated/mapped out.

    Otherwise, pretty slick shot. What do you use for timelapse?
     
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    I think that might be a cable tower on that mountain??? I havent ever had any hot pixels in that location on any of my other photos....but not sure? Its an other clear night, I might bring my comptuer out and do a longer timelapse tonight....
     

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