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Abandoned Wharf Amongst Beauty.
Lake Wakatipu is home to so many amazing locations and photo opportunities. Blink and you will miss this one! ⭐ ================================== ** Remember, photography is all about trying new things and having fun, enjoy!.
My favorite thing about taking photos (esp at night) is the opportunity to walk somewhat aimlessly around a city and be observant. Not trying to get anywhere. No real image in mind. Taking long exposures means you have to take your time to setup, click the shutter, wait for the image, wait for it to process. It slows you down, becomes a very intentional practice and that’s something that rarely happens at night, when almost everyone else is at home or trying to get there.
This was my first visit with the SS Daisy- thanks to @bluegreenorange for meeting up with me for my first time exploring the Dartmouth shore. Next visit there will be less clouds! 📷s/s 30 f2.8 ISO 100📷
Joshua Crites on the central coast of California
REPOST: @joshua_p_crites from facebook.com/groups/milkywaychasers chosen by @tracyleephotos
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From Joshua about this image:
Stacked and Blended
THE LOST ARCH ~ Central Coast, California -
Milky Way season was just beginning and nothing beats losing sleep so you can rock climb down a cliff in the dark of night while a ragging ocean pounds the shore below. It's times like this when I say to myself “damn, I’m either crazy or addicted to astro photography”. I’m not sure which is better but I'm sure that all of you Milky Way addicts can relate, because shooting Milky Way is addicting and it’s nights like this that keep me coming back for more. I met up with 2 friends to go out and explore a new location in Central Coast California. It was my my friend Keith Evans idea and he said wanted to check out a location that looked like it had potential. After risking our lives we made it down the cliff safely. We were loving what we were seeing. We almost immediately came upon this cool arch feature. We all set up and started shooting, after finding a decent comp I asked Keith to stand on top of the arch (a big THANK YOU to Keith for dragging me out of bed to explore this amazing location) THANKS KEITH! Hope you all enjoy.
Canon 6D w Tamron 15-30mm f/2.8
Foreground: ISO 1000, 15mm, f/3.5, 300sec
Stars: ISO 8000, 15mm, f/2.8, 20s (10 images stacked for noise reduction)
Shots edited and blended in Lightroom and PS.