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Star trails! From two seperate occasions in New Zealand.

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New blog post, going back to photos of New Zealand in January.

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Taking a short break from posting New Zealand shots, check out a few photos from summer at home.

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Place: Vale Currais, Algarve - Portugal
Camera: Canon 5D
Lens: Canon 24-105mm
Filter: Lee 0.9 GND



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Place: PNSW Alentejano e Costa Vicentina - Portugal (Praia de Monte Clérigo)
Camera: Canon 5D
Lens: Canon 24-105mm
Filter: Lee 0.9 GND



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Place: Adraga Beach, PNSC - Portugal
Camera: Canon 5D
Lens: Canon 24-105mm
Filter: Lee 0.9 HE



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Lomagnupur
Iceland

This shot was taken just before our penultimate weekend in Iceland in 2010. The whole night had been washed out with rain and most of the morning. But toward the end of the stormy weather, the sun peeked through the clouds giving rise to this rainbow which lasted for several hours as we made our way with Orvar to Jokulsarlon. This specific mountain is located in the south east of Iceland nearing the approach to Skaftafell National Park.

SALA Iceland Video on display now in Adelaide

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Aldeyjarfoss
Iceland

We made the 40km dirt road trip from Godafoss to Aldeyjarfoss thinking that we had passed it at some point as the landscape was so barren. In the middle of this wasteland, the blue waters of Aldeyjarfoss roared over the edge of basalt columns. This was a remarkable location and if you can spare 2 hours of driving, I couldn't recommend a visit here enough! Marianne is located at the bottom of the image for scale. Chromatic aberration was a slight problem for the 7D and 10-20 for the very long exposures but I still like the result.

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Hanson Bay
Kangaroo Island

This was a picture taken just before dawn on a memorable morning at Hanson Bay on the South coast of Kangaroo Island. The morning started off with thick fog which eventually lifted. The clouds were grey and gradually lit crimson while the sea spray and fog also lifted. All the while, shadows across the dunes were a striking feature of the foreground.


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The third quarter moon rises on the horizon and enters the "half pipe".

I made a big mistake with this startrail. For the second time in a row I forgot to dial in my custom white balance. The camera tries its best but the auto white balance setting leads to unnatural star colours. Until I get around to manually changing the white balance on all the RAW files this will have to do for now.

Some of you may be wondering why I didn't have my astrophotography setup out on a good night like this. The truth is I have had a back/hip problem for the last two weeks and I physically can not lift the heavy mount. Hopefully recover soon.

Canaon 60D
Tamron 10-24mm @ 10mm
Aperture F/3.5
ISO 800
245 times 30 second exposures
Stacked in "startrails.exe"
Final processing in PS CS3
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1,000 Miles Per Hour = The speed at which the Earth is rotating at the equator

Timelapse sequence can be found here [link]

Decided to just go crazy with this star trail image from a few nights ago. There was a fair amount of wind and a few clouds about so I didn't get my telescope out, but I couldn't resist the dark skies. I more did this shoot for the timelapse video which I plan to put online soonish, which is why the ISO is so high. I wanted to capture as much of the Milky Way as possible. But of course, I then couldn't resist putting it all together into a single image. The high ISO brought out some weird star colours so I thought I would make the most of them and increase the saturation and vibrance of the colours in the image. Pretty happy with how it looks. I would love to know what you think of the effect.

Very similar composition to my last star trail, sorry. I do have a few interesting locations in mind, but couldn't be bothered traveling to them this night.

Previous Star Trail

26/10/2011
Canon 60D
Tamron 10-24mm Lens @ 10mm
254 x 35 secs exposures (total time: 2 hours and 28 minutes)
ISO 4000
Aperture F/3.5
In-camera noise reduction off
Continuous shooting mode with a remote cable release
Images stacked in "StarTrails"
Final processing in CS5.1
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I love Autumn (Fall). Generally nice crisp clear nights. I have done a few star trails in the past but this is the first I have felt like sharing. If you look hard enough you should be able to make out a very small meteor strike.

This is a stacked image of 291, 30 second exposures.

Other camera info:
Canon EOS 60D
Aperture F/3.5
ISO 400
10mm Focal Length using a Tamron 10-24mm Lens
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The Crescent Nebula, the roughly round thing in the bottom-right if the image, is an emission nebula located in the constellation Cygnus. Its form is due to a the fast stellar wind from a star colliding with and ionizing the slower moving wind ejected by the same star when it became a red giant around 400,000 years ago.

You need a very dark sky to see it and a big telescope. It is very faint and the eyes are not enough sensitive to the red light. There is only one site from where I saw it : the Col de Restefond in south-eat of France. One of the very best astronomy spot in the country. At 2500m high and far from the city lights the sky is awesome and we can see a lot of object better than anywhere else.


27 exposures of 10 minutes.
Camera : Canon EOS 1000D unfiltered
Telescope : Takahashi FSQ-106ED refractor.
Mount : Takahashi EM-200 USD3.
Guiding : Orion Starshoot Autoguider on a William Optic Zenithstar 66SD refractor.
Outside temperature : 2°C
Sensor temperature : 6°C
Software : auto-guiding and acquisition with MaximDL, processing with Iris.
Location : Col de Restefond, France
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M81 and M82 are two famous galaxies that lies in the Ursa Major. A target of choice for beginners in astronomy. You should already know them, there are already in my gallery. In the lower left of the image you can also see NGC3077, a smaller galaxy.

The goal of this acquisition was the faint dust that lies mostly in right half of the image. This a very faint reflective nebula that actually lies in a large part of the sky, from the north celestial pole to Ursa Major, the integrated flux nebula (IFN) A somewhat difficult target for a DSLR and this is my second attempt at capturing it.

50 exposures of 7 minutes.
Camera : Canon EOS 1000D unfiltered
Telescope : Takahashi FSQ-106ED refractor.
Mount : Takahashi EM-200 USD3.
Guiding : Orion Starshoot Autoguider on a William Optic Zenithstar 66SD refractor.
Outside temperature : 2°C
Sensor temperature : 11°C
Humidity : 80-90%
Software : auto-guiding and acquisition with MaximDL, processing with Iris.
Location : L'Epine, France
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The Small Veil Nebula and Pickering's Triangle

Ten thousand years ago, a star exploded as a supernova. All that remains is the gas that formed the outer shell of the star and was ejected by the explosion.

This object is immense. We see here only a part when we could put 14 full moon. Its' easy to point with a telescope with the bright on the bottom-left of the image, 52 Cygni, magnitude of 4.2, visible naked eye. Well, you need a good enough black sky anyway. It is one of my favorite things. I love to stroll along its filament.

50 exposures of 5 minutes.
Camera : Canon EOS 1000D unfiltered
Telescope : Takahashi FSQ-106ED refractor.
Mount : Takahashi EM-200 USD3.
Guiding : Orion Starshoot Autoguider on a William Optic Zenithstar 66SD refractor.
Outside temperature : 6.5°C
Sensor temperature : 12°C
Software : auto-guiding and acquisition with MaximDL, processing with Iris.
Location : Col des Milles Martyrs, France
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It takes 430 years for the light from Polaris (the north star) to arrive on earth... It travelled all that way to get sucked into the lens of my camera and chucked into my gallery...

306 photos stacked ontop of one another, then a panoramic making up the lower part.

F/3.5 - 8sec exp - ISO800 - About 40mins of the earths rotation.

As you can imagine it is pretty boring standing in a field for 40 mins in the cold... what really made it painful was the church about 30 meters away from me decided tonight would be a good night to ring its bells constantly for 30 of the minutes...

Good times...
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So im back from my two week break in Malaysia. I have a ton of photos to sort through and stitch/hdr.

I thought id start with an easy one. Infra red of Kuala Lumpur (at the base of the towers looking away).

11 image stitch. Panasonic FZ50 and hoya r72.

Hope you enjoy the photos that will follow :)
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Rom3o is easily one of my biggest inspirations. Since i first started DA he has always been helpful and helped me grow as a photographer. Though he no longer uploads to DA his work is still as stunning as the first day i saw them! Im sure those of you that know him will agree, he is a legend!

Dunno if you will see this but there is a big rom3o shaped hole in DA. Miss you mate.

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Petronas towers - KL - 33 image stitch. Seems like a lot but i havnt a wide angle and some was cropped).
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Nikon D3 | Af-S Nikkor 14-24mm f/2.8 | Single Exposure | Tripod.
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Nikon D700 | Af-S Nikkor 24-70mm f/2.8 | 25" | 24mm | f/2.8 | iso 6400 | Tripod.
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D700 | 14-24
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There was a meteor shower not long ago, so we went to shoot it. When I saw the full-moon-lit sky, I decided to give that up and go for something different...
This huge statue served as the radio antenna; 3 hours of startrails provided the radio waves :)


Canon 60D
Canon 10-22mm @10
All natural moon light
The dead sea, Israel.

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The Aurora Borealis, together with the milky way, created this amazing sight.
To my eyes, it looked like a bow and an arrow, ready to fire.

If you'd like to experience and shoot these amazing sceneries, along with many other incredible icy landscapes, and do so under my dedicated guidance, you're welcome to join my upcoming 'Land of Ice' Iceland winter workshop taking place January 2013. The workshop is co-guided by renowned local Icelandic mountaineer and pro photographer Skarphedinn Thrainsson, and it will bring you to the most amazing locations for landscape photography in south Iceland. Please click the link for more details, and contact me with any questions about the workshop.

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Canon 5D2
Samyang 14mm f/2.8
Jökulsárlón, Iceland

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An old dock on the shores of Bet-Yanay, Israel.

2min exposure
Canon 60D
Tamron 17-50mm f/2.8
Lee big stopper
Singh-ray reverse GND

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Do not let this photo fool you into thinking this was taken during the day. It was actually taken at 10pm last night. 160sec exposure wide open at f/5.6 @ ISO200...

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Another older shot I found on my old computer which I thought I lost when switching to Mac. Fortunately I was able to recover some of my old favourites and give them a fresh edit.

Hungry Head - Urunga - Mid North Coast, NSW Australia.

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I know this shot is very similar in composition to one of my other recent uploads, however slightly different processing on this one. I decided to upload both to get your opinions, to find out which would be most popular among the public.

I also forgot to mention the story behind this photo. I was shooting long exposures obviously when I felt this sudden burning feeling around my leg, I looked down and to my surprise were 7 bluebottle jellyfish stinging the hell out of my leg. I basically had two choices, either keep shooting and deal with the pain, or call it quits and miss the photos I have been wanting to get for a long time. I chose option A, and I'm very glad I stuck this one out. Anyway, that explains the title of this image. Hope you enjoy it, as much as I didn't enjoy taking it :giggle:

Serenity - Emerald Beach - Mid North Coast - NSW, Australia.

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Finally decided to redo my first milky way exposure


composite
5x iso2000 stacked using deep sky stacker
1x iso6400
1x cokin cross star filter
+ lot of PS mambo jumbo

When I was taking this one I had no clue on how to shoot and post process deep sky images so my exposures where a bit too long and i didn't take any dark frames but it came out ok at the end

old version
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Taken at cape Zavala, between Montenegro towns of Budva and Becici on coast of Adriatic sea

This was the third year in row that I missed the spectacular main event of Perseids meteor shower. Last two years it was full moon and this cloud storm came in and spoiled the fun.
Never the less as soon sky cleared (two nights later:( ) I went to the prepared location and did this image.
Unfortunately combination of light pollution and low ISO did not produce many meteor trails but a nice long startrail it did.

Technical info

Canon 5dII
Canon 15mm fisheye
ISO 100
f2.8
330x32 sec ~ for total of approximately 3h of startrails
Triggered with Magic Lantern 2.3 (IT WORKS like a charm)

Final image is two image vertical fisheye panorama ~ 180x180 degrees
with stacked star trail on top and light painted bottom frame.
Light painting was done by a hand held MAGlite torch(rocks) and a unsuspecting scuba diver who passed* by and lit the water. (*MANY THANKS FOR THAT WHO EVER YOU ARE!!!)

Developed in LR4
Stacked using Starstax
Stitched using PTgui
Processed in PSCS5
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Due to extremely low water level in Danube I managed get close to few classic river boats at anchor in winter marina near Nebojsa Kula in Belgrade

stack out of 50tish 30sec exposures (iso100 f2,8)
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