Great nightscape images. Can you share how you captured them?
It might actually be that the LCD is brighter... this is not a good thing IMO, as it kills your night vision.Notes:
I normally shoot with guys using full frame and some apsc cameras. Im surprised that for night photos, my shots seem to come out consistently brighter with this setup. Even if I use similar settings (ie stop down the Laowa, same ss and iso), my shots still look brighter from the camera lcd's. I dont know if its the lens; or maybe the smaller photosites of the mft sensor are actually more light sensitive (smaller=easier to activate?), but it was a really peculiar yet very encouraging finding.
Higher T-stop on your lens then?
Wow, these are very nice It might cause me to get my old tired ass out of bed and go and try some night-scapes. Thanks for posting.
thanks that image was taken deep into nautical twilight and you can clearly see the rising sun's brightness on the left. From where I'm from this is considered an almost impossible shot because of how bright the sky gets at this timeThe first one is wicked!
I always thought Milky Way landscapes were better with some moon lighting the landscape anyway - without it the landscape ends up too dark.Thank you, one of the main reasons for me posting and sharing these is to encourage other people to try and think out of the box. Conventional 'wisdom' teaches us that mft is not good for Astro; that you can't take a Milky close to sunrise ;that you shouldn't shoot the Milky when the moon is out ;that your last chance to take a Milky is astronomical twilight etc etc. These images break those 'rukes' and more. So I encourage everyone to just try and experiment you lose nothing anyways by doing so - well maybe a little sleep
I always thought Milky Way landscapes were better with some moon lighting the landscape anyway - without it the landscape ends up too dark.