Dithering with a dslr

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Re: Dithering with a dslr

Postby whatablanker » Fri May 18, 2018 8:51 am

craig a wrote:
julianr wrote:I would take 2 images dithered between them- pixel peek and look closely at the pixels to see if they have moved enough

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I’ve got it sorted now mate, works wonders this dithering lark [emoji38]
What did you settle on in PHD? this is what I use but just the default settings. I've never thought about changing them.

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Re: Dithering with a dslr

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