Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by coughlin's law, Mar 13, 2008.
sigma 10-20 @ 20mm
photomerged in photoshop cs2
quick question, why did you use iso800 for long exposure shots?
got some weird flare there on the right third of the picture. and what looks like an exposure shift in the left third
couldn't find anything good to shoot tonight so i just decided to jack up the iso to see what the result was...
what'd you edit it in? I use to have lines going down my image when I would edit panoramas in CS2.
I think I see noise cause of that 800.
Looks real nice anyway though.
Its kinda small to see whats going on.
Also, use the healing/ patch tool to fix the lines in the sky.
thats just silly.
higher iso = higher noise.
Theres your result.
any time you're going to be using a tripod and long exposure shots, there's no reason not to keep it at 100.
By cranking it to 800 you sacrificed detail and got... nothing in return.
yeah, I didn't mean to come off as a dick, but the pic actually has some potential. But high iso + long exposure = crap.
Which would be more obvious if a larger version was posted.
PS - that lens flair kinds looks like a UFO...
(i like it)
It's also apparent the camera wasn't locked in sky is all different colors and shades.
you forgot to comment on the lens flair.
hey how much did the sigma 10-20 cost? Im looking for a wider lens.. even though i just got a super cheapo 17-40L yesterday
i bought mine brand new for $444 on amazon