"The balance of opposites"
Old & new. East coast & west coast. Day & night.
Between seeing all these awesome shots of the firefall lately, and being a touch bored I decided to have a little fun and make a composite. Took a shot from a backpacking trip in 2016 in Yosemite and one from a recent all night excursion to Cape Cod. Clicked a few buttons and voila, something kinda cool. If anyone wants to fill me in if they know if the milky way can actually be in this section of sky at Glacier Point that'd be great👍👍
📷 by @vincentzhangyi
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PANO / STACKED / TRACKED
The Algonquin Reflection - the Milky Way season is back and I can't wait to go and shoot. Here's a photo taken last summer at Algonquin Park, one of the prime locations for night sky photography.
Canon EOS 6D
Sigma 35mm f/1.4 DG HSM Art
Sky: 2 rows: 3 x ISO2500 f/3.5 90s (tracked)
Ground/Reflection: 9 x ISO6400 f/2.8 30s
July 12, 2018 9°C
Here is my attempt at #astrophotography we have a rusty dish that looks super aesthetic. But there was NO way I’d be able to capture all of this with an iphone camera.
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Southern Utah, panorama of unnamed arch. I am guessing this is about 3-3.5 m tall. It needs a name, so how about “Natural Stonehenge or Nature’s Stonehenge”? How about “Pi Arch”? Ideas welcomed!_______________________________________ Continuing my panorama binge. 😀 Top 60 panoramas, counting down, No. 6. There will be several versions of each, a regular version (the postage stamp view), a swipe left version, and sometimes a short video version. Hope you enjoy! Wayne _______________________________________ _______________________________________ Landscape Astrophotography Tutorial now available at waynepinkstonphoto.com _______________________________________