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  • Night time/Aurora Borealis

    first attemt at a panorama of the northen light..

    http://panorama.tbn-club.com/panoram...dlys_cube.html

    this panorama was shoot in pitch black. 30 sec exposure time. not happy with the picture quality of that pano.
    so i need some tips on how to get better quality when shooting in the dark..


    more nighttime panoramas from my city here..
    http://panorama.tbn-club.com/


    -Ronny

  • #2
    Re: Night time/Aurora Borealis

    Hi, the stars and lights are beautiful on the sky,
    One even can see, toward the north, Thor's shadow and other fellow gods from northen skies, he have the Mjolnir layed down so lets hope some more peaceful new years ahead

    thanks for sharing,
    Dorin

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    • #3
      Re: Night time/Aurora Borealis

      beautiful scene indeed. I hope I can have a chance to see Aurora in person in the rest of my life.


      Nick
      Fanotec
      We listen. We try harder.

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      • #4
        Re: Night time/Aurora Borealis

        There is a problem with your stitch. The handle of the Big Dipper (three reasonably bright stars in an arc) has become disconnected from the bowl (four stars in a quadralateral) and a duplicate star (the first of the handle stars) is present (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Big_Dipper).
        Good effort though.

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        • #5
          Re: Night time/Aurora Borealis

          Remarkable 360!!!!!

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