@OPC I want to move to your city! That downtown is gorgeous.
Thanks! It's Rijeka in Croatia! Come and visit after this mess with the virus is over. We are the European capital of culture this year!
I can't share a photo my camera stop working when i update to android 10 how to fix thanks
Don't mind if I do
48 mpx photo edited in Asus Gallery app. The sharpness of fast moving birds in flight is great.
All the photos were captured in RAW using this phone. Phone camera is not a recommended for this type of photography. Yet after lot of editing, results look good.
Guide us more on how you did this and the procedure as well.
Two 12mpx photos with direct sunlight in the lens. One is in HDR+ mode and another one HDR++ mode. The exposure is measured directly on the sun. We can see that HDR+ mode is better presenting the sun. But HDR++ mode is better in everything else. HDR+ mode is having much less detail (trees, the edge of the roof with thunder protector, etc). It would be expected that HDR++ mode would have more blur as it takes multiple exposures like the night mode. But surprisingly it's much better.
I used a gorilla pod to hold my camera stable.
2hrs of shooting would give good results in my opinion. Had to wait for moonset.
Camera settings : 48MP RAW
Shutter : 32sec.
ISO : 200
Focus : Inf
WB : Fluorescent
Shots captured : 360 (but used less in for final image)
Decided to go with RAW, for better editability. But may be also possible JPG.
After capture comes lot of editing. There were non uniform bright patches due to surrounding light. Batch processed the images in Lightroom. There were too much noise in the image which makes it very difficult to edit, settled with an acceptable reduction.
Exported the imaged as JPG. And opened in Photoshop as layers. Used Lighten blend mode to get the effect.
Adjusted the opacity of layers to get the comet effect.
Final result :
Had this same problem, had to reset my phone to fix it, but @Anders_ASUS may have some alternative.
Try resetting your camera app cache and storage
This is great! Thanks for a thorough description!
I use Luminar on Mac. A much cheaper alternative.
Being close to projection of earth's axis but far far away(433 light years) from earth itself, position of polaris never seems to change in the sky.
Which effect did you choose while editing ?
In this picture I just applied "instant" filter. Normally I first go to shadows and highlights.
Recently I found an app that has a lot of potential. It's called Firstlight. It doesn't use 48 mpx photo and doesn't use wide angle (which I don't like), but it has live histogram and exposure areas.
Just my humble attempt :)