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Moon and Star Photos

(Topic created: 11-02-2021 03:00 AM)
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Can someone recommend me some settings for s21 standard for star pics? I used am old method either 3.0, but now with 4.0 it'd difficult to take star pics through pro camera. 

On second thought, I found a method to shoot and then edit them. So these are my pro mode settings... I'll show my edits using snapseed. 

These are my settings for Pro Mode


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USBetaModerator
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Hello @AdrianHdz7272 ,

May be @SuperOvni  or @PaperStation can share their setup with you. They take nice shots. 

https://us.community.samsung.com/t5/Discussions/Camera-Pro-mode/m-p/2058987

 

Regards

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Thank you!
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PaperStation
Supernova
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Here's a good guide to start with astro photography. You will need a tripod for sure for the long exposure needed to get a good photo

https://youtu.be/Jj2rovJP15g
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pbaker76
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One think that helps is setting your shutter delay on 2 sec or so. That will decrease the chance of your camera shaking after you hit the shutter button.
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EddieBrock58
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Iso you should have at 3200, and speed: 30, for the brightest pictures at night but only use when it's pitch black out. For great star, but not as bright, and less noice and much clearer photos, put iso on 800(darker and less noise) and speed on 8 or 10(the lower the darker) Screenshot_20211104-012831_Photo Editor_7686.pngScreenshot_20211104-012556_Photo Editor_7678.pngScreenshot_20211104-012643_Photo Editor_7679.pngScreenshot_20211104-012752_Photo Editor_7684.png