Hi everyone shooting with @misslexy76@jen_grand and @cr.a.ig fun times 🙌🏻
this is one of those compositions I did not move my camera . Single Ambien shot at dusk . Then multiple Milky Way shot stacked to cancel noise . this is a very difficult shot to achieve because you get fringing around the tree branches .
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Learn how to master your compositions, exposure, ISO, Aperture and Master manual settings,and learn photography techniques to create amazing images.
I am sponsored by @leefilters and also instruct in the use of filters for long exposure to achieve motion effects in water or sky. As a Bay Area resident since 1979, my workshops & tours specialize in hard to reach locations in the San Francisco Bay Area. You can see the link in my bio for details. ----------------------------
All of my photos are cropped for instagram, if you are interested in the full version contact me. Offering acrylic face Mount and Metal infusion prints, and licensing!
Nikon 14 to 24
Aperture: f2.8 and f7.1
Iso 10000 and Iso 200
Shutter 10 seconds and 45 seconds
White Balance Auto
1074421111 hours ago
Jupiter and the largest moon in the Solar System, Ganymede, captured in ultraviolet, 1.070 million kilometer apart.
In the near UV, Jupiter's poles appear relatively dark, as does its Great Red Spot and a smaller (optically) white oval to the right. The String of Pearl storms farther to the right, however, are brightest in near ultraviolet, and so here appear (false-color) pink. Jupiter's largest moon Ganymede appears on the upper left. Juno continues on its looping 53-day orbits around Jupiter, while Earth-orbiting Hubble is now recovering from the loss of a stabilizing gyroscope.
~ 「知っている」+「恵み」を組み合わせると、「知恵」の文字が日本語で表示されます。 #アーメン📷 「このキリストのうちに、知恵と知識との宝がすべて隠されているのです。」 コロサイ人への手紙２：３
“in whom are hidden all the treasures of wisdom and knowledge.” Colossians 2:3
~ in Japanese the characters for ‘wisdom’ when you combine ‘know’ + ‘grace’.
69355 hours ago
Here’s a very standard photo of the night sky. Could have been anywhere, except I don’t think I’ve ever seen the Milky Way this bright other than a remote part of New Zealand. Well good job Tahiti for being in the middle of nowhere! Shot this on my 5DmkIV using the @sigmaphoto 24-70mm F2.8 Art lens at 24mm. ISO 3200, F2.8 and 30” exposure. Setting your white balance is pretty key to getting good night photos directly out of the camera. I typically use Kelvin. This one was shot at 3,500K. // #milkyway#sigma2470art#sigmaart