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bio website aspdiary.blogspot.com
location Auckland, New Zealand
age 34
visits member for 2 years, 2 months
seen Sep 9 '13 at 3:11

Software developer with skills in Java, C#, PHP and Objective C languages. Might end up with objective C but not sure. Life unearths surprises everyday.
Currently working as web developer.


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comment How to get a smooth gradient on sky?
I captured the original image as jpeg and not RAW. And the bands are more visible in the original one. @Olin:When I do the dithering in Photoshop, the stars are lost. My way was, select the gradient part, Image > Adjustments > Posterize. Do you have a pointer for better dithering?
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asked What are proper settings to capture sun rise time-lapse?
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accepted How can I get correct focus on the moon or stars with my DSLR?
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comment How can I get correct focus on the moon or stars with my DSLR?
Were you able to see the moon as clearly in the LCD as well? For me the moon is all too shiny and the images are coming overexposed as Zak mentioned.
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comment How can I get correct focus on the moon or stars with my DSLR?
That photo is awesome! I am glad you got it with 55-200. I can try it too. Which geographical location did you take that picture from?
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comment How can I get correct focus on the moon or stars with my DSLR?
I think my cam only has Zoom In/Out ring, focal ring is not available. Wouldn't that mean I can't do manual focus?
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comment What kind of camera do I need to capture deep space images?
Sounds very exciting. Do you think Canon 7D can do this job? It support ISO 100 - 6400 but read snapsort.com/compare/Canon_EOS_5D_Mark_II-vs-Canon_EOS_7D 7D does not win in low light scenes.