Temple of the 4th dimension

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    Time lapse image sequence of the solar eclipse over ruins of Fort Churchill in the Nevada desert. All the images used were taken from the camera (with an intervalometer) in a fixed composition without any movement of the camera or tampering of the suns position relative the landscape. The eclipse related sun images were captured with a solar filter. They were then stacked together and blended in photoshop to create a single image as shown here. Just after the maximum eclipse, clouds moved in and obscured the view of the sun for the second half. But it ended up resulting in a nice sunset that I was able to incorporate in the final set of exposures after removing the solar filter.

    MattyD90, dennistromburgphotography, and 81 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. twodeserts 35 months ago | reply

      Beautifully awesome!

    2. Luke Hertzfeld 35 months ago | reply

      Incredible image of the eclipse! I love the sequence you've captured with the final sunset!

    3. gato-gato-gato 35 months ago | reply

      Gutes Foto, gefällt mir.

    4. Franco Rostan | Fotografía 35 months ago | reply

      Me fascina la luz y la composicion que lograste, me gusta el enfoque y esos colores hermosos!

    5. David A Evans 35 months ago | reply

      very cool image. Nicely done.

    6. - Dave Morrow - 35 months ago | reply

      gesh, that's insane. Great photo to capture the moment and beautiful nature as well. I really like how you were able to pick up all of the details in the back ground:) well shot. Look forward to seeing more shots from you in the future!
      Cheers,
      Dave

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    7. HERNANTIPA 35 months ago | reply

      Amazing! congrats on explore!

    8. therodman34145 35 months ago | reply

      This time lapse image is just amazing well done!

      Via Today's Explore at #31 on Fluidr

    9. Eustaquio Santimano 35 months ago | reply

      Great work . congrats on Explore

    10. Stephen Fischer 35 months ago | reply

      Appreciate all the feedback, and thanks for looking.

    11. jeandayphotography.com 35 months ago | reply

      Great work on the set up, Stephen and nice location for this. Excellent shot(s)!

    12. bartholowaty | Photography 35 months ago | reply

      What a fantastic work, i like the harmony in your image!
      Nicely done - good work my friend
      Congratulations on Explore!
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    13. buckspix25 35 months ago | reply

      Please add your wonderful photo to:


      Brilliant Work !!!

    14. Foot Slogger 35 months ago | reply

      Wonderful job. Outstanding.

    15. etgeek (Eric) 28 months ago | reply

      Very nice work here!!

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