dear everyone who says he’s a good person
he also punched goofy too, what an imbecile.
He also spat on fans, and that whole disrespecting the flag incident.
Calling him girly and gay is an insult to women and homosexuals everywhere.
Photographing Stars Guide
A lot of people have asked for advice and tips when shooting the night sky so here is a little run through of my editing and shooting process.
Equipment: Canon 5D Mark II - Sigma 24-70mm EX HSM f/2.8
Set up the camera to the highest usable ISO, (try to bare in mind noise. Higher=worse quality) in this case I used ISO 1600 so as to minimize noise. Exposure was 30 secs with an aperture as wide as possible at f/2.8.
I literally just rested the camera on its side on my windowsill. Tripod would have been better but I was being lazy. Set self timer to 10secs to avoid vibrations.
And that’s as much as it takes for the shooting, don’t like taking multiple images and layering them.
Editing - Lightroom 5
Starting of with white balance to remove a lot of the night pollution colouring from the sky, reverting it to blue/black. I used brushes, as usual to highlight the ground and horizon, of course being very dark this allowed the noise to show up. Using clarify tools to make the sky more dramatic I then came to the conclusion that this over complicated the image.
With a quick switch to black and white this simplified the work, and kept the dramatics that clarify brushes brought in. With some quick noise reduction and sharpening at the end, it was complete.
Hope this is of help.
Everything runs off the same energy system. Really powerful image set.
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