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Homura Under The Sky

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  • Picture of the day
    Jun 01, 2019
  • Picture of the week
    May 26, 2019 - Jun 01, 2019

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Akemi Homura, shot outdoors during sunset, and a night sky was also photographed and combined into the shot. A composite image. Everything in the photo is real. Read more below:

Tutorial Part 1: BLOG #42894
Tutorial Part 2: BLOG #42895
Editing Process (video): www.youtube.com...

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21pt
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My goals here aren't to impress you (or any other expert landscape photographers for the matter). I'm thinking about everyone else here in this site. I'm responding to a request made to me in my Facebook page months ago, to do something like this and write about it. If people ask for it, I'll do the best I can to cater.

I'm aware of deep sky stacking but decided to omit it, or risk making my tutorial too lengthy and technical for beginners to understand. I was even factoring in focus stacking (I do it regularly for my diorama shots) to improve texture and detail, but for the same reason I didn't do it. I just want to cover the basics, on what you should look out for and prepare, to the editing process you are expected to do to produce something similar. If they are interested in learning more, there are better resources online to learn from.

A strong composition and colors alone beats the importance of image quality when you are catering to the masses instead of trying to impress professionals or pixel peepers. That's why people are so easily impressed by smartphone photos nowadays.

Rest assured that I have a diorama project in this month to back things up. If this photo managed to annoy you I suppose that I've achieved one of my goals.
Vor 1 Monat
13pt
is... is this supposed to be constructive criticism? jeez
Vor 1 Monat
Recent Comments
5pt
I love it; it gives off an epic "guardian against the darkness/evil" or "hero watching over the world" feeling.
Vor 1 Monat
5pt
Thanks for posting the tutorials! I'm a beginner at taking night sky photos myself, so I appreciate the work you put into this.
Vor 1 Monat
5pt
I just loved how mature you are, aaaa!
Also, I really liked the photo the way you did it, that's why you won as picture of the week! Congrats~
EXkurogane (Vor 1 Monat) #60516895https://media1.tenor.com/images/4ec2a04fd4553fd23d4742108889037c/tenor.gif
My goals here aren't to impress you (or any other expert landscape photographers for the matter). I'm thinking about everyone else here in this site. I'm responding to a request made to me in my Facebook page months ago, to do something like this and write about it. If people ask for it, I'll do the best I can to cater.
I'm aware of deep sky stacking but decided to omit it, or risk making my tutorial too lengthy and technical for beginners to understand. I was even factoring in focus stacking (I do it regularly for my diorama shots) to improve texture and detail, but for the same reason I didn't do it. I just want to cover the basics, on what you should look out for and prepare, to the editing process you are expected to do to produce something similar. If they are interested in learning more, there are better resources online to learn from.
A strong composition and colors alone beats the importance of image quality when you are catering to the masses instead of trying to impress professionals or pixel peepers. That's why people are so easily impressed by smartphone photos nowadays.
Rest assured that I have a diorama project in this month to back things up. If this photo managed to annoy you I suppose that I've achieved one of my goals.
Vor 1 Monat
5pt
This one deserves all the love <3 <3 <3
Vor 1 Monat
5pt
Amaziiing pic !!! *o* You are an artist !!! *_*
Vor 1 Monat
6pt
Simply amazing!!! The most talented figure photog ever!
Vor 1 Monat
2pt
This guy is right
Vor 1 Monat
6pt
Just simply beautiful~!
Vor 1 Monat
8pt
I love most of your photos (like 98%?). But I don't like this one. Don't get me wrong, the way you captured milky way is brilliant! The whole idea for the photo also is great (as always). But this time Homura just vanished in this photo. Maybe that was the idea, but unfortunate this time it doesn't looks that great to me. Also I would never manage to take that kind of photo at the moment, so I'm still impressed.
Vor 1 Monat
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