I can't help much since I have never done an INR test while on vacation. I do recall a trip to southern Spain about 40 years ago when my urine turned red. I cut out the red wine and my urine color returned to normal. I never figured out what might have occurred but that has never happened since. If your INR is still hi after your next test, my guess would be dietary.........but only the Shadow knowsStaying a couple weeks at around 5,000 ft in elevation. We live about 600 ft above sea level. Any reason this would cause INR to go from 2.5 - 4.0? I can’t think of any dietary or activity drivers.
And a blurred waterfall for fun too. I still have to edit at home and bring back the sky.ahh the classic use of small aperture to get that sunburst effect
How long ya had the Canon for?
i was playing between 15-30 seconds at 2.8 and 1600-3200 ISO. 25 seconds at 2.8, ISO 1600 seems to have. Produced the most workable file, but it’ll have to wait till I get home. I’m not going to mess with stacking flat frames and dark frames and all that. I did with and without long exposure noise reduction turned on, so we’ll see.Try some stacking and pieces later.
Cold nights help minimise sensor noise too.
f3.5 @ 16,000 ISO should get you something at 30 seconds