Result of the yesterday's small rig test. It's only 40x60s per channel and I really had to smooth out the result due to the amount of noise which was expected for such a short time and the phase of the Moon.
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Even as you look at these amazing captures from last night, remember: it looked better in person 😍🔭 Thank you to all who support, stop by, ask questions, bring friends, repost, share, like, meet up and everything else you do 🙇🏼 Our 2nd Year in NYC anniversary is coming up soon...more details to come!
¿Pensarás en mí como hago yo esta noche que la Luna cuelga en un cristal?
Mi primer intento (medio burdo) de hacer blending con 3 fotografías. El relieve es el Cerro de la Cruz, en Salamanca, que se distingue por esa pequeña torre en la cima; esperé un rato a que saliera la Luna mientras hacía pruebas y la recompensa fue apenas un minuto de este encuadre. La revancha será en octubre, con las bonitas lunas de ése mes 👊🏻🌙 También fue una de mis primeras planificaciones con @photopills
With over 600,000 acres designated as the Stephen Mather Wilderness, most of the park complex is free from the disturbance of man-made lights, not to mention the national forests surrounding the park complex on all sides. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
The wilderness serenades us with its nighttime activity. Seventy percent of all animal life is nocturnal creating a symphony of sounds in the darkness—the flutter of wings in the trees above, the scurrying of a field mouse foraging for food on the forest floor. This is the music of the wilderness at night—a perfect complement to the spectacle of the stars.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
For all you star gazers, where is your favorite place to sit back and watch the night sky?⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
📍Ancestral homelands of the Nlaka’pamux, Nooksack and Puget Sound Salish peoples
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Interesting facts about nebula 6 - 10
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6. When a star forms inside a nebula, ultraviolet rays are emitted and the entire nebula is lit up, resulting in what is known as emission nebula. Emission nebulae are usually pink or red in color because of the sizzling hot particle rays but they can have other colors.
7. The Orion constellation that we see has an emission nebula known as Orion nebula.
8. Apart from emission nebulae we have other types of nebulae known as the reflection nebulae. They are so named because they do not emit their own light. They only reflect the light from the nearby stars. Reflection nebulae appear blue in color.
9. An interesting phenomenon is that presence of reflection nebula means the presence of an emission nebula somewhere close.
10. The Orion constellation also has a reflection nebula which is known as the Witch Head reflection nebula because it looks like the head of a witch from the side.
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Holding a moon
I think the actual moon looks a little better than the torch.
Btw, the moon rise is just stunning to look at in person. I hope my timelapse video can do a little justice of the real moment.
It was shot 1.5 miles away from the Statue of Liberty in NJ. Each Single shot with @sonyalpha A7R4 + @sonyalpha 200-600 G @ 600mm f/6.3 1/3sec ISO 200
Please check my story highlight big moon for behind the scene videos
The copyright free music is from Blue Dot Sessions names “Arizona Moon”
Please take a look at the awesome photographers tagged in the video!
Sunset on the rocky shores of #persiangulf with calm and excitement! When the orange sun falls asleep in the Persian Gulf, photography begins. This photo was taken with longexposure
غروب در سواحل صخره ای #خلیج_فارس همراه با آرامش و هیجان است! وقتی که خورشید پرتقالی رنگ در خلیج فارس به خواب می رود تازه عکاسی شروع می شود. این عکس با نوردهی بالا گرفته شده است LongExposure
برای درک بهتر از این نوع عکاسی اگزیف عکس را نوشتم و امیدوارم از این قاب لذت ببرید.
Still 1 of my favorite #moon shots. During the Jan 2019 Super Blood Moon, shot through the damn clouds we have in Oregon every time there is something cool w/the moon. Friday the 13th full moon...clouds. 2018 Super Blue Moon Eclipse...clouds.
At least this occasion the clouds provided some interest. Other events I didn't even get to see the moon. I actually got several photos from this night that I am pretty happy with so all in all it was a good night.
🌎🌈 My Spotify playlists deleted themselves from my phone while making my way here except for two songs, so I had to live with playing two songs on repeat for three hours. Now I’m the music junkie who only listens to songs on repeat for hours on end — does anyone else actually do this??? 🎵💀
14th one in the series. The Moon has started Waning. :)
Almost Full Moon - 99.7% illuminated Waning Gibbous, shot Saturday night. I've always been particular about the colours being well-balanced and not too saturated. Same with contrast. Of late, haven't been happy thanks to the ongoing haze in Singapore this week. When the haze gets worse and ruins your colours further, you step up. Tried a new technique to correct colour, and defeated the haze's colour tinting. Hahaha!!
Haze: 0. Akash: 1.
🔭 Takahashi FS-60Q 60mm refractor | f/10 | Canon EOS R at Prime Focus | ISO 3200 | 5x1/200 sec | Registax | Lr & Ps
Interested in capturing images after the sun goes down? We have you covered! Next week , September 27th from 3-530, Paul Van Allen from Nikon USA will be in store to show you how to get the most out of your night time images. I’m addition to the seminar, Nikon will be offering a bounce back coupon of $35 to be used on Nikon purchases at Tempe Camera. Seminar is $39, sign up in store or call our sales department.