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Is it really all grey at night?, 


            Markus A. R. Lang...

Is it really all grey at night?


At night all cats are grey.
That means, we cannot perceive colors any more as it's starting to become darker.
But in reality, world has the same vibrant colors than it would have under broad daylight. And we could see it in case, our eyes would be color-sensitive at low luminances, like camera sensors are.

This is a single shot from a night scene at Almberg telescope meeting, bavaria, in October 2018.

Pentax KP
Samyang 10mm f/2.8
ISO 5000



Markus A. R. Lang...
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Is it really all grey at night?, 


            Markus A. R. Lang...