Just happened to stop off at a good time on the way back from a 6 week road-trip.
Outside Colorado Springs, it can be difficult to get a good shot of the Milky Way due to light pollution. Here I was looking south and the city lights were to the west, so there wasn't much light pollution. I used my flashlight to light the rocks. This was taken with a Sigma 20mm f/1.4 Art.
Hey fellow astro lovers!
First disclaimer, I am not in love with the images I personally got from this trip to the Trestle. Brendon might like his but I am just meh over mine but it was a great practice and I am very glad we filmed the whole thing so I can learn from my mistakes and share them with others.
To be fair, in the...
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This was taken with a Nikon D3x + 14-24 F2.8 on a very very cold night.
The photo is taken in front of Burg Eltz, Germany.
This shot was taken in the ghost town of Nelson, NV. Full disclosure, the sky is from Acadia NP. I recently dropped and destroyed my Canon 16 - 35mm 2.8 lens. Very pricey. Ouch! I was considering replacing it with a Sigma 20mm 1.4 prime lens, which was recommended by an astrophotographer. The reviews of the lens indicate there is a bit of a...
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This picture was taken in Zermatt Switzerland.. It was worth it, waiting for the Milky way until 2 O clock...
I am new to Astro, so I would appreciate a few critique of this picture.
Specs: Vertikal Panorama with 3 Shot, ISO:3200, 15Sec Exposure, @18mm, @f1.8.
Here is a star trail I shot over the course of 1 hour, using 149 25" exposures. The moon was very bright and the trees in the foreground were lit by my friend's flash and our phones unintentionally.
I do a mix of natural and surreal astrophotography for my workshops and this came out a bit towards the latter. Visited Death Valley NP late last month and took a trip down to Racetrack Playa and created a 3 x 7 shot pano. It was a bit tough due to another group light painting directly in front of me. www.jtblenker.com
Hi guys thought I would upload some astro photos for comment, Quite new to this so any comments would be great. The first one is taken with a tamron 24-70 at 24secs exposure , iso 1600 f2.8. I did some editing in lightroom and finished off with some luminosity changes to the stars in photoshop. Picture two is taken from top of Mt Brown above...
I am a landscape photographer. I love shooting the milky way with a foreground. Please give me some useful feedback to improve with.
Finally getting the center of our Milky Way. It was a hazy night when I took this but the skies were dark enough to see airglow. My processing of the Milkyway as always keeping airglow in mind. You have to be in some seriously dark skies to view airglow.
Definitely have a lot to learn but am already planning to head to some dark skies in Sydney when I get a chance...
Took up astro shooting about 6 months ago and absolutely love it! Post process editing has been the biggest learning curve for me. Would be great to hear any thoughts anyone has!
Here are a couple of night shots from Western Washington. I have a backlog of Milky Way shots from around the state but have been unsatisfied in my post-processing. I'm finding that trying to bring out the milky way core without making it too cartoonish is a serious PITA.
Anyway, any critiques are welcome and appreciated...
I grabbed this shot back in late summer/early fall while camping at Kodachrome Park in southern Utah. I just started getting into astrophotography not that long ago but I find it simply amazing and peaceful.
Unfortunately at the time I took this shot I was explaining the process to a fellow photographer and neglected to notice that my...
Hey all, I wanted to create this group because I haven't seen a lot of astrophotographers on the site and I wanted to share my passion and knowledge as well as hear back from everyone about my images. Anyways I wanted some feedback on this image so what do you think?
Took this from my back yard the other night. Worked on it in post to bring out detail would like some thoughts on the final product. Does the processing feel natural? Too much? Not enough?