Orion Lite Brite (astronomy nighttime ). Photo by llpj04
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Orion Lite Brite

Uploaded by: llpj04

Sunday February 17, 2013

Ponchatoula, LA (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: as I adjusted the shadows control these colors popped out. Orion is still pretty much white so I wonder if the camera & this editing is bringing out colors that the eye can not.

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3. noneinc
7:56 PM GMT on February 19, 2013
You could try another shot tonight and see if there is any change in the colors...
Nice shot!
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2. katy99780
6:39 AM GMT on February 19, 2013
Charlotte I get red dots on my night screens, no matter where I point my camera. I think it's the points of focus or something. Some blue too. I edit them out on my night shots, they are in the same places on every photo.

Orion is SO HIGH IN YOUR SKY! AND SIDEWAYS! I never see Orion until he is as high in his rotation as he can get, then he's upright.

Awesome shot of your DARK night!
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1. llpj04
6:32 AM GMT on February 19, 2013
does anyone know anything about this....or is it just something stupid the editing program is doing with it?
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