François Guinaudeau's picture

When Dawn married Dusk

What would a sunset look like on a planet like Kepler 16-B ? This planet is orbiting around two stars. So you could stare at a sunrise wile the sunset would already be behind you... I made this compositing as a part of a series of places where your shadow would always have company...

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NIKON D500
18mm · f/1.8 · 1/1000s · ISO 100
Taken On: 
July 7, 2016 - 8:23am
January 3, 2017 - 7:04pm

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Juan Vergara's picture

Cool photo! was not this a Longe exposure with a density filter?

François Guinaudeau's picture

Thanks Juan ! It is actually a compositing of three different pictures taken at three different time (night, early morning and evening) I used the morning and evening photos for the main landscape and the night one, which is a long exposure, for the car passing by.

Juan Vergara's picture

Well Done! :) Thank you for sharing.

Juan Vergara's picture

Cool Photo! was not this photo a long exposure with a density filter?

Mads Peter Iversen's picture

That's insane! Love it :) Great concept!

Michael Einspahr's picture

I like everything about this. The third image with long exposure really makes the road pop. I can't decide whether I like the second mitten in the dark, or if the setting sun should have lit it up a bit too. However, the variance in the amount of light on the three rock formations probably adds more interest than if they were more evenly lit. My favorite image from recent weeks.

François Guinaudeau's picture

Thanks Michael ! Your comment is very appreciated !

Thiago Brevidelli's picture

how did you managed to stay the whole day in the same spot? Like, did you booked a room at The View hotel or did you just simply stayed the hole day there?