The power of stacking

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mlieber507 Forum Member • Posts: 54
Re: The power of stacking

Space the final frontier wrote:

mlieber507 wrote:

Space the final frontier wrote:

TomFid wrote:

Honestly, nothing special on my part. As usual, I tried to hold the camera as steady I could. I used high speed continuous mode and e-shutter. Camera settings are at the bottom of the original post. At home, I just loaded them into a stack in Photoshop with auto alignment.

Hi,

How did you combine the images in the stack.

Thanks

Mel

I did a search and found somewhere (don't remember the link) that recommended using 1/n as the opacity where n is the order of the layer in a stack; the bottom layer is 1. I have not investigated the effects of changing this method.

Hi,

In Photoshop, after alignment, one method is to convert the stack to a smart object, median render the smart object and then flatten the image.  The median rendering does the actual noise removal.

Mel

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