is there someone who tried to shoot milkyway with the OP?
That's so cool!!
i took that a few days ago on my OnePlus 6
somewhere in the cold desert of ladakh
this one goes out of this world... 8D
You're welcome...! 8D
Welcome to the forums...;D
The Orionides are due in Oktober....;D
i know earlier i was planning to visit langza but then i didn't get leaves so ill sir nd home nd relax
that's too bad....
but I'll probably do the same...
Living in a Bortle Class 7 area and the best in around 100km I get is class 4... 8(
Light pollution sux...!
I would like to know if there was a way to go further than the 30 second limit reachable in the pro mode of the pre installed camera.
if it is not possible, is there an app that would be able to go as far as 5 minutes ?
I red some articles on the forum, that were speaking of FV-5, but on my OP6 exposure limit is 15 seconds...
sadly, the is no bulb mode on any of the smartphones, as far as i know.
if you want better results, then you would have to use an intervalometer app from play Store and take multiple 30s shots and painfully stack them, although there are some programs in pc that automatically do that for you
Like @Nikhil Seenivas said you will need interval shooting on a smartphone...
And Camera FV-5 offers that... ;D
Did this test Startrail with OP3, in my backyard...
240 RAW Photos @ 17sec., shot over a time span of two hours, edited in Lightroom and blended with The Gimp...
Hope to put it to a real test this Summer vacation somewhere with less lightpollution and some nice scenery... 8D
P.s. FV-5 supports 30sec. On some phones up to 60 sec. ;D
nice cool photos around here.
Yesterday morning I was out shooting the Milky Way at 5am near Taylor's Island, MD and I decided I'd try the long exposure feature in Pro Mode, so I set it to 30", 3200 iso, infinity focus and I mounted it to my tripod using an adapter I 3d printed and I gave it a shot.
I initially tried directly illuminating the road with my headlamp but it was too bright so I pointed it straight up for about 2 seconds and there was just enough soft light to subtly illuminate the road.
I think its really cool that you don't need a really expensive camera or really expensive phone to get decent Milky Way pictures.
The DNG was processed using Adobe Lightroom.
Please have a look at this fine thread.
I have a lot of questions about this photo
could I send you a pm here on the community ?
Could you please let me know as to how did u get an exposure time above 30s. It's limited to 30s on the stock camera app of 6t
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