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Old 06-26-2010, 08:44 PM   #7
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Originally Posted by Walter S View Post
The hot pixels are just a product of the long exposure. The just stand out a little more on the rocks. Exposure has probably been tweaked just a bit in RAW making them a bit worse. No biggie.

Both are great shots!
Indeed. For those who are familiar with night photography understand how hot pixels play a big roll in an image when the exposure exceeds 10 minutes. It's not caused by a high ISO (image was shot at ISO 100), it's just an annoyance that to my knowledge has no solution.

I did tweak the exposure just a hair as well, enhancing those pixels. Honestly though, I don't find the pixels to be a major distraction.

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