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#1 c_joerg
[size=small][font=Calibri]Hallo,[/font][/size]
[size=small][font=Calibri]ich bin gerade dabei einige ältere Szenen zu überarbeiten.[/font][/size]
[size=small][font=Calibri]Ich habe zwei Szenen bei denen die Sonne trotz Deflicker mit LRT zu pumpen beginnt. Ich meine, dass die Szene sehr gut deflickert wurde.[/font][/size]
[size=small][font=Calibri]Woran liegt das?[/font][/size]
[size=small][font=Calibri]Ich habe andere Szenen, bei denen das nicht so ist.[/font][/size]
[size=x-small][font=Calibri][size=small][font=Calibri]Das Video zeigt nur einen Teil der Szene.[/font][/size]

[Video: http://youtu.be/AShdr0KQPTY][/font][/size]


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[size=small][font=Calibri]Grüße Jörg[/font][/size]
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#2 gwegner
That's because the highlights in and around the sun are blown. The amount of clipping will change when you change the camera settings. There are a couple of ways to prevent this when shooting:
1) Don't change settings while the sun is in the frame
2) Avoid having the sun in the frame
3) Expose much darker, in order to prevent the area around the sun from clipping.

To make this sequence a bit better (even if you possibly wouldn't be able to correct it totally:
- Pull down the highlights
- Shift yellow to orange on the HSL panel
- Use Motion Blur Plus when rendering the video
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#3 c_joerg
Quote: That's because the highlights in and around the sun are blown. The amount of clipping will change when you change the camera settings.

I almost thought so ...
But I have seen many time lapses where the sun burned out and it does not pump.

Quote:1) Don't change settings while the sun is in the frame
3) Expose much darker, in order to prevent the area around the sun from clipping.

I did this Scene with a camera with did not have much dynamic. So have probably no other chance with this cam

Would qDslrDashboard with Auto-Holy-Grail Ramping recognize that?

Quote:2) Avoid having the sun in the frame.

But a time-lapse from sunset without the sun in the frame….

 
Quote:- Pull down the highlights.

 
Already done…

Quote: - Shift yellow to orange on the HSL panel
- Use Motion Blur Plus when rendering the video

Thanks… I will try this…
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#4 gwegner
You need a camera with a large dynamic range to do this kind of shots. qDDB can help staying with the correct brightness, but I'd recommend not activating AHG as long as the sun is over the horizon in order to avoid the pumping. Normally current cameras shoiuld be able to handle this. After the sun is gone, you can start the ramping.
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