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Old 10-02-2019, 01:16 PM   #8
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Originally Posted by RobJor View Post
Not too hard manually. Is this something that we can do here officially? At night would be a big help to shoot background at several seconds and then catch the train but I have not done since I thought we were limited to single exposure. I have double processed in raw but still a single exposure.

Yes, it's been accepted here for as long as I can remember. Several of the 'good' night OCF guys will fire two exposures and blend to allow a greater control over the exposure throughout the scene. Personally, I reached out to Chris K. years ago before uploading one of my stack shots of a Polaris swirl over a signal for verification it was kosher before uploading it.

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