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Woosh

I created this while demonstrating star trail techniques to my webinar students this evening. Not a lot of polish, but it was not difficult. This used 19 images. Each image was a 6 minute exposure at ISO 800, f/3.2 shot with a Canon 5D Mark II at 16mm. The images were taken in 2011 during our annual Bristlecone Pine Workshop. Each of the instructors has a tree unofficialy named in their honor. This is Eric's Tree.

 

I cloned out the unattended camera and tripod near one of the trees at the left.

 

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For a 12 minute video showing how I (re)created this image see here: vimeo.com/75025925

 

You'll get a preview of the Advanced Stacker PLUS version 14 and a couple of useful tips in the process.

 

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Creative Commons: Attribution, Noncommercial, No Derivative Works  

Steven Christenson

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What does "Attribution, Noncommercial, No Derivative Works" mean... it means you're free to copy repost, reuse this photo in any way you wish that is NOT for commercial purposes. What is a commercial purpose? Anything intended to attract the attention of or make money from others. Commercial purposes would include featuring this on any pages that make money from add revenue as well.

 

What does "No Derivatives" mean... it means you can't alter the image except to up or downsize it or crop it.

 

What does "Attribution" mean? It means where practical and possible you include my name when you display the photo. My name is in the Watermark, so leaving the watermark on satisfies this requirement. If you crop the watermark off, you'll have to name me as the source in the associated text.

 

Understood?

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Uploaded on September 20, 2013