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The south Island of New Zealand brings some very clear skies. Going to bed with thick cloud cover, I crossed all my fingers and toes that when I would wake in the early hours of the morning, it would be to clear skies. On cue, with the alarm waking me at 1am, the stars shone bright, the milkyway arched perfectly over and then behind this glorious lighthouse.

 

Nikon D800

Nikon AF-S 14-24mm f2.8 Lens

F2.8 | 30sec | ISO 6400 | 14mm

3 Images stitch

The Arch of the milkyway fascinates me enough to get out of bed at 3am and -7 degree temps. This is the result.

 

Composite shot.

Nikon D800

Nikon AF-S 24-70mm f/2.8G ED Lens

F2.8 | 30sec | ISO 6400 | 24mm

12 Images Stitched (2 rows)

i have very luck the hotel has an big light for the beach in the night so i can use this light for the lightning from the ground.. so i got this solution..

 

i never shoot milkyways before.. thanks for your Feedback i hope u would like it

 

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some more coming soon =)

 

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Panorámica de 6 fotos

 

CámaraNikon D300

Exposición 30seg

Aperture f/2.8

Lente 11 mm

Velocidad ISO 1600

Menyaksikan kerlap kerlip bintang dari gunung bromo merupakan pemandangan yang spektakuler dan tiada tara. Nuansa alam berpadu membuat saya takluk dan merindukan kembali menjejakan kaki disana. Epik bromo sebuah portret menakjubkan dari alam Indonesia.

 

The year rolls on and the Milky Way dips below my night horizon. I'll see you next summer my very old friend. Baker Beach, Oregon.

Monte Albo, Siniscola.

 

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This photo was made from two seperate exposures and merged together using Photoshop.

 

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Bray's Point, HWY 101, Oregon Coast. A prime location to catch vehicle lights and stars. Scant traffic, one must have a little patience.

the colour is toned down from SOOC

Wonder and Awe!

 

Summer of George (Day 60)

 

Lanark, Ontario

 

OK, I'm pretty excited about this shot. Last night I got together with about a dozen other photographers through the Ottawa Photography Meet-up group. We converged on the Mill of Kintail Conservation Area in order to avoid light pollution from any nearby cities and to learn about photographing the Milky Way. This was my first attempt at this type of photography and I can see becoming addicted to it.

 

As everyone was lined up shooting in front of the only building around, I decided to move back and use it as a foreground element. I lightpainted the building with a pocket LED flashlight over the course of the 30 second exposure. In this particular frame, I was also fortunate enough to capture one of the group and his camera gazing up at the incredible spectacle spread out across the sky.

 

Thanks for looking and I appreciate any feedback!

 

Nikon 16-35mm @ 16mm; 25.0 sec; f/4; ISO 3200; Single exposure.

 

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Bray's Point, HWY 101, Oregon Coast.

Baker Beach, Oregon. It was moving from bottom, heading northeast.

Taken In western NSW on a recent trip with my father. Settled on this comp, I think it portrays a working station well at night.

 

Nikon D800

Nikon AF-S 24-70mm f/2.8G ED Lens

F2.8 | 30s | ISO 3200 | 24mm

 

12 Images Stitched (2 rows)

first image i made with my new "Nano Tracker" to follow the stars. amazing details in the nightsky, 4 minutes with ISO1250 make a great quality without noise everywhere. 2 Pictures, one with the tracker, and one for the foreground.

An "almost" throw away from my Milky Way session of yesterday morning, due to the clouds. I thought I'd post this because of the meteor pair on the far right. I've never seen a pair before, nor seen any come absolutely straight down. I'd like some more!

Who says you have to shoot the milky way only on a clear night? :) When I saw clouds in the sky on my way to Joshua Tree, I knew I wanted to try anyway and hoped it would add mood and character...2nd attempt at a milky way photo :)

Location:  Wackersberg, Bavaria

Camera:  EOS 7D

Lens:  Sigma 10-20mm

Lighting:  natural light

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Un momento mágico durante una noche inolvidable en Cabo de Gata. La luna se puso una hora atrás y la oscuridad era total salvo por las estrellas y la luz de un faro que iluminaba intermitentemente la punta del famoso arrecife. Por suerte, una estrella fugaz recorrió el cielo durante la exposición y quedó reflejada. Solo por presenciar la vía láctea en este mítico lugar merecieron las 5 horas de coche (mil gracias Paco) y la noche entera en pie.

A photo from last year...revisited in Lightroom with some presets from Dave Morrow..http://www.davemorrowphotography.com/

 

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