wildlifeandmore, that ranks up there with what I'd love to try. Very appealing!If I could just figure out how to move the mountains 300 miles closer.Jack
Quote from: Jack Douglas on March 24, 2014, 07:52:17 PMwildlifeandmore, that ranks up there with what I'd love to try. Very appealing!If I could just figure out how to move the mountains 300 miles closer.JackThanks Jack. Wish I could help with moving them for you. Might be worth a drive someday?Wondering if you of anyone else knows of a good lighting source for night photos to light up a relatively close foreground subject? Flash seems too hot and gives an odd hue. Need something to give an even spread of light for the frame.
My first attempt at photographing the milky way. Taken last June along Antelope Flats in GTNP. Afraid I do not have a fast enough wide angle lens to really get some detail in the sky. I do have the nifty fifty and might give it a try this summer. Just have to walk backwards a bit. Need more practice at this!Canon 1D Mark IVCanon 17-40mm L17mmf/424 seconds6400 iso580ex flash dialed way down (can not remember) during exposure.
Zion National Park. The Watchman stands near the entrance to the park above the town of Springdale which lends its lights the the mountain. 4:30am, 6D. 30 sec, f4.5, ISO400, 28mm (24-105)
Ohakune, New Zealand from September 5th 2013.