Visibility II / V
In the afternoon I noticed a 22r (photo 1) going into the mug and took a small stack of it. The top and bottom sides of the stack suddenly revealed (picture 2).
I also took a timelapse, which had to be left unfinished due to the shopping trip, even though the tire was still strong (picture 3). The same clip processed into 10-image USM and BR-processed stacks reveals that 46r was also included (Figure 4).
Later, in the land of evening darkness, the ring appeared again in the sky, and after half an hour a bit of zyk could also be seen. The last sighting of the groping was around eight in the evening.
The last picture is a small treatise on the processing allowance of raw cell phone images and jpg. Following Marko Myllyniemi's example, I have installed the Open Camera software on the phone (A52), which can also be used to capture a raw image. I have selected a setting that saves a raw image and a jpg image. The left panel is Open Camera's jpg view as it is, the middle panel is the BR version adjusted from the raw image and the last one is the BR version made from the jpg image. The benefit of the raw image is undeniable.
The funny thing is that there was no side sun for this day at all, not even from the zyk situation.