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  1. #11
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    Re: What is your technically hardest photo you have created?

    Quote Originally Posted by Marilynne View Post
    Still don't see it.
    Dont fall for it,its the Kings new suit


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  2. #12
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    Re: What is your technically hardest photo you have created?

    Quote Originally Posted by mikew View Post
    Dont fall for it,its the Kings new suit
    Marilynne, we call that the "emperor's new clothes" here in the Colonies.
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    Re: What is your technically hardest photo you have created?

    I use about $20,000 in telescope equipment to produce the photos found here (I have been truly blessed to be able to afford to do this):

    DSO?s | Bishop Hobbies

    Here is a link to the equipment I use:

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    Thanks a bunch,
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  4. #14
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    Re: What is your technically hardest photo you have created?

    Quote Originally Posted by TedG954 View Post
    Marilynne, we call that the "emperor's new clothes" here in the Colonies.
    Thanks for the translation Ted.
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  5. #15
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    Re: What is your technically hardest photo you have created?

    Quote Originally Posted by Marilynne View Post
    Thanks for the translation Ted.
    I can see it on my home computer. Can't see it on my school computer. Guess the ghost is only seen where it want's to be seen. LOL
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  6. #16
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    Re: What is your technically hardest photo you have created?

    Quote Originally Posted by Moab Man View Post
    I can see it on my home computer. Can't see it on my school computer. Guess the ghost is only seen where it want's to be seen. LOL
    Since I'm home now, I can see it if I stand up and get closer to my monitor. Tried that at the hotel and it didn't work. Just like you said, it can only be seen when it wants to be seen.
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  7. #17
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    Re: What is your technically hardest photo you have created?

    What is your technically hardest photo you have created?
    Quote Originally Posted by Moab Man View Post
    Here is a link to that shot and all the conversation that followed. It was a fun read. The shot is towards the bottom.

    https://nikonites.com/project-365-an...#axzz4sEMn4OOZ



    And here is that original image.

    I had to use an astronomy trick to find the ghost (movement), and there it is. Now, I can't unsee it. Awesome.
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    "Remember to gaze up at the night sky because there is a little bit of the cosmos in each of us."

    Um yeahhhh, I shoot a lot of pics of my dogs.
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  8. #18
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    Re: What is your technically hardest photo you have created?

    Quote Originally Posted by Marilynne View Post
    Since I'm home now, I can see it if I stand up and get closer to my monitor. Tried that at the hotel and it didn't work. Just like you said, it can only be seen when it wants to be seen.
    I am on my iPad. I had to enlarge the screen until the candle was out of the image, then move the image around. Your eye will pick up the subltle movement of the ghost image. Once you see part of it, reduce the image size and just stare at it, you will see it or lock on to the part you think you see, reduce it and move it around. That is how you find dim objects in a telescope eyepiece. Vibrate the image, and the eye picks up the movement. Worked for me anyway.

    It also worked if I enlarged it some and looked right above then candle. I moved the image left and right until I could see movement in the black area right above the candle.
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    "You doesn't have to call me Dawg Pics. You can call me Carolyn or you can call me Sue or you can call me Suzie or you can call me Suzie-Q or you can call me Carol or you can call me Carolyn Sue, but you doesn't have to call me Dawg Pics.

    "Remember to gaze up at the night sky because there is a little bit of the cosmos in each of us."

    Um yeahhhh, I shoot a lot of pics of my dogs.
    D500 (DOB 05/26/17), D300, D80, SB-800

  9. #19
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    Re: What is your technically hardest photo you have created?

    Quote Originally Posted by Dawg Pics View Post
    I am on my iPad. I had to enlarge the screen until the candle was out of the image, then move the image around. Your eye will pick up the subltle movement of the ghost image. Once you see part of it, reduce the image size and just stare at it, you will see it or lock on to the part you think you see, reduce it and move it around. That is how you find dim objects in a telescope eyepiece. Vibrate the image, and the eye picks up the movement. Worked for me anyway.

    It also worked if I enlarged it some and looked right above then candle. I moved the image left and right until I could see movement in the black area right above the candle.
    I just stepped out of the room and as I came back in, I could see the ghost while I was in the hallway. Can't see it when I'm sitting, but I can see it when I stand.
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  10. #20
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    Re: What is your technically hardest photo you have created?

    Quote Originally Posted by Marilynne View Post
    I just stepped out of the room and as I came back in, I could see the ghost while I was in the hallway. Can't see it when I'm sitting, but I can see it when I stand.
    Hmmmmm, interesting. What is weird is it takes some time for my eyes to adapt, so it kind of forms. Cool effect.
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    "You doesn't have to call me Dawg Pics. You can call me Carolyn or you can call me Sue or you can call me Suzie or you can call me Suzie-Q or you can call me Carol or you can call me Carolyn Sue, but you doesn't have to call me Dawg Pics.

    "Remember to gaze up at the night sky because there is a little bit of the cosmos in each of us."

    Um yeahhhh, I shoot a lot of pics of my dogs.
    D500 (DOB 05/26/17), D300, D80, SB-800





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