Hình của tui ^^ lần thứ hai chụp sao, nửa đêm ngẫu hứng lái xe cách nhà 140km chỉ để chụp mấy tấm hình :D My second attempt at Astro photography, drive one and a half hour away just to take a photo because I’m living in a light polluted area. Guess I need a nice foreground next time #astrophotography#milkyway
Ryan Hill here with one last post for the day. My page is @j_r_hill if you’d like to see more of my work 🙌🏼 Thanks again to @universetoday for allowing me to takeover the page!
Living in Arkansas for three years introduced me to a natural world that ignited my passion for photography. I spent one of my last weekends in the state camping at this incredible location on the Buffalo River. This river flows for 150 miles and is one of the few remaining undammed rivers in the lower 48 states. If you get the chance, GO. It's unreal. This shot was taken from the river bank at Steel Creek Campground ⛺️🌌🏞 Canon 70D
Rokinon 14mm f/2.8
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Back to Yenyening Lakes, Western Australia for this image.
The tree, myself and the Milky Way in the sky were all intentionally framed. The meteor and the angle and position of its trail were a slice of luck. 🙂
But you make your own luck right?! If you keep trying to put yourself into situations where you can receive it, you never know what might happen. ♥️📷💫
See. Breathe. Point. Shoot. 🙂
Such beautiful dark night skies down on the south coast of NSW this place is amazing for astro. It's a long drive but well worth it with so many great locations all quite close to each other.
This was a single exposure shot with the brilliant Samyang 14mm XP f2.4 lens. 20sec @ f2.8 6400 ISO.
Today I ventured out of ABQ down to Silver City, NM to attend George and Melinda Austin's PPANM Member Mentor class that includes astrophotography and visiting the Gila Cliff Dwellings tomorrow. I've never tried astrophotography before, despite earning a B.S. in Astrophysics several decades ago. Here's a quick edit of one of the images using George's wide angle zoom at 17mm, f2.8. My widest lens is an f2.8 24mm-70mm zoom. I sure could have used the Canon 11-24 2.8 that I borrowed from CPS during Balloon Fiesta, although it may not be fast enough for this application. I took this shot of the center of the Milky Way using George's Canon lens at 17mm, 2.8. Massaged it a bit in PS, too, increasing the exposure and adding some dehazing and clarity to bring out some of the detail. That's Jupiter in the upper right and Mars in the lower left. We had a ton of rain earlier, and some clouds were coming in from the east (bottom). Hard to know where the detail from the dust clouds in the center of the Milky Way end and the clouds begin. I've got to do more of this, but ABQ provides a LOT of light pollution. Let me know what y'all think. #milkyway#ppanm#astrophotography
Pic : Flowerscape 🌺
Time : 8:00 PM
Taken by : iPhone 5 📱
Taken by : Me 👨🏼🔧
Edited by : Me 👨🏻🎨
Edited on : Pc 👨🏼💻
Edited on (apps) : Photoshop 🅿️ and Lightroom ( L )
Hope you liked it ☺️
I’ve never seen anything like this before. Last week I was able to experience a new moon in low light polluted area of Australia, Woody Head.
We sat there on the cliff taking in the colours of the milky way, with only good company , our camera and the beauty of the darkness.
Of course as soon as I got to Titanic Quarter to start taking photos, the rain poured down 😂 just my luck. Made for some cool photos in the car though..
Location: Titanic Quarter, Belfast📍
Camera: Canon 200D