Dave Checking out the Perseid Meteor Shower at 10,000 feet

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    My friend David Besnette and I were up in RMNP Rocky Mountain National Park last night on trail ridge road during the Perseid Meteor Shower doing some time lapse of the stars and meteors.

    It was an amazing night under the stars at 10,000 feet, it was cold but I got to see some of the biggest meteor trails of my life. There are many people like us up there doing the same thing. It was like watching fireworks on the 4th of July with the, "Oh, did you see that one?!"

    Also that I night I got to see my first bear in Estes Park at 1am crossing the street. My friend David thought it was a cow walking across the street at first.

    Feel free to use this image just link to www.learningDSLRVideo.com

    alifishie, Friedom2B, James-Brady, and 38 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Dave Dugdale 32 months ago | reply

      Thanks, we had a blast last night.

    2. alifishie 32 months ago | reply

      amazingggg capture! is that a bit of the milky way, right above you?

    3. Dave Dugdale 32 months ago | reply

      Yes, I downloaded a new star app before we shot the time lapse and the app showed me where to point the camera. I need to get a wider lens to I can get more of it in the frame.

    4. alifishie 32 months ago | reply

      woah, really? i'd like to get my hands on that app! could you tell me the name?

    5. Dave Dugdale 32 months ago | reply

      It is called Star Walk for the iPhone. I should have a video out from last night showing it in action.

    6. nycnah 32 months ago | reply

      what settings did you use for this photo?

    7. 6riffith 32 months ago | reply

      This is breathtaking. O_o

    8. cheat2008 32 months ago | reply

      love the picture, especially the Andromeda galaxy in the top-right hand corner.

    9. RealmWalker 32 months ago | reply

      Man, this is just unreal, I really want to learn how to take photos like these, I'll go browse your website once more to make sure if you didn't have a video telling us about that already.. by the way, freakingly amazing review, extremely helpful of you Dave! You should go pro anytime soon really :D

    10. KarlosCanon 32 months ago | reply

      Fantastic shot Dave.

    11. MehdiM1 24 months ago | reply

      Hi Dave -
      What lens and settings did you use on the T4i for capturing the Perseid Meteor Shower? I saw you capturing the meteor shower using the T4i in one of the videos. Thanks!

    12. ScienceNetworkWA 8 months ago | reply

      Your photo has been selected to run alongside an article and on our facebook page of the online publication, ScienceNetwork WA.

      The article link is:

      www.sciencewa.net.au/topics/space/item/2989-local-pioneer...

      Thank you very much for making it creative commons!

    13. Dave Dugdale 8 months ago | reply

      Thanks for using my photo, would it be possible to link to my site as I stated in the description of this photo?

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