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Discussion in 'Night, InfraRed, and UltraViolet Photography' started by socrdude, Apr 26, 2018.
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Nice, very nice Karl.
You picked a great location and executed the capture and processing extremely well! I'd be stoked to get such an image!
thanks Nick/Karen .. it was rough as moon set was around 2:20 am and as you know being up in the PNW.. the eastern skies start to light up, pretty early, but it turned out nicely.. as I scouted the spot out before and was hoping.. you never now unless you go.. But boy, standing on this mountain area, in the dark, solo.. can get creepy as there are Cougars in the area, not that they bother with people, but if they are surprised by some guy in the dark, in the middle of the night, making no noise..
That's a wall hanger! Jeff
Nicely done..I can picture myself out there in the night enjoying the solitude of nature.
Outstanding photo. I like the way the stars graduate from lighter to darker skies.
Would you please share your settings..
Wonderful image! What is the yellow light coming from behind the hills? It is most probably the moon but I'm used to seeimg the silver light of moon and that's why I'm a bit confused.
Great picture Karl.
In our region you'll have no chance to see the Milky Way - to much lights around.
I like it a lot
That's a beauty Karl, great location with those trees.
Light Pollution from the City of Olympia, Wa, the State capital. Driving time to Olympia is around 1 hr from this location
thanks.. I scoped this place out, hoping for that it would work out this way.. happy or maybe Lucky it all worked out.
sorry for the delay.... D750 , Tokina 17mm 3.5 shot at 3.5, ISO 4000 for 20 seconds
at first, you are out there, I mean, out there, solo, in the dark-dark, on a logging road, far from people and any help, so at first, its a bit, scary, but as you are out there, it gets better and you feel more comfortable. But still, noise in the brush, etc, does get my attention anyway, as there are Cougars in and around that area. My wife has seen them twice, hiking, of course, I have not, the one with the Camera, but still, to be there, is amazing none the less.
Another great Milky Way Picture!
Like this one a lot. Foreground adds so much to this photo.