This 4 second clip took:
Over 1 hour of driving
Over 2 hours of shooting & over 3 hours of frustration in post
Glad to say it was entirely worth the time invested! Quite happy with the final result. First portrait time lapse complete!
Photos from last night of Venus ft. a plane and a lightning bug. If you look closely enough, you can see that Venus moved slightly between one picture and the next. I promise I didn't buy this camera just to take pictures of the night sky...although it is why I bought the telephoto lens :)⠀
It’s been a while since I last post here guys. I been busy bee. Just came back from a great trip to Provence and Tuscany, so will be posting a few shots soon.
I start from this cool shot of Great location near Valensole with a stars trail. To shoot this we spend about 5 hours total.
Shot on @canonru 5D mark iV, @sigmaphoto 14-24 mm f2.8 with @acratech GPSS ballhead, @indurotripods Traveler 1 tripod.
This weekend involves sleeping under the stars, close up views of a volcano I haven’t explored very thoroughly yet and maybe even a scramble summit! This time of year is crazy busy and jam packed with adventures. I wouldn’t have it any other way.
3128 hours ago
You know you’re lucky when you can get away with waking your wife up at 1AM to take photos 👌🏻
Tried my hand at astrophotography. I never realized how easy to see mars was (bottom left). Pretty stoked to give this another try soon.
3378 hours ago
Today's faraway Friday feature is by @bigolemrkanish !
Featured originally on @picballot , a local social photo sharing platform. Check them out if you want to try something different. They even have monthly photo contests for a $250 cash prize. Maybe we'll see an astro contest soon 🌌
Don't forget to tag your photos, home or away, with #lislandastro!
Wednesday Night Wool Spinning
Went out for another visit to Hemlock Lake, this time with @picturepride. It was a beautiful night for the milky way but I've already shot this area twice and there isn't much interest for multiple compositions. Instead we tried some spinning and luckily I was able to get a little Milky way in the image as well
1. Lira abajo cerca del arbol y Hércules parte superior.
2. Corona boreal al centro de la fotografía y la estrella más brillante es Gema.
3. Escorpión. Antares es su estrella mas brillante y de color rojizo.
4. Sagitario acompañado de Saturno, el mas brillante al centro.
5. Osa mayor a la izquierda y Draco a la derecha.
Todas disparadas en:
30" F4.5 ISO 400 25 mm Filtro Polarizado