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When to use image stacking?

In terms of image noise there is a tradeoff between photon shot noise and dark current noise. Photon shot noise relative to the signal is reduced by longer exposures, and dark current noise relative ...
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When to use image stacking?

You lose less when one of the photos is ruined. If you are doing astrophotography and want several minutes or hours of exposure you can have an airplane come through the shot. If you do one long ...
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When to use image stacking?

Some reasons why I would use it are: HDRI situations, mainly architecture photography. And several expositions to eliminate tourists or people, again, in architectural photography. I am not too ...
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When to use image stacking?

I think this article describes one area of application quite well. With a 30s exposure, for example, the stars would move - due to the earth's rotation - and would not be dots but stripes. By stacking ...
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