This iconic view of Utah’s Zion National Park typically has dozens of anxious shutterbugs climbing all over each other during sunset and sunrise, but my cousin arrived at 3 AM and had the entire bridge to ourselves. This is just a quick edit that I put together while waiting for my mother’s flight to land in Las Vegas. She’s going apartment shopping with me in Bullhead City, Arizona this weekend.
Some early season #MilkyWay to get the blood flowing! I’m hoping to be back out under a dark sky in just a few short weeks! Hopefully the clouds cooperate 😰 Fun Fact: all the atoms in your body are BILLIONS of years old! I find that really weird lol. Lemme know what you think! •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••
My first time lapse ever. Obviously I’ve found a bug in Photoshop 🤷♀️ The rendering would stall at 50% and #adobe doesn’t yet have a solution. So if you want to work with video don’t use 2018 versions of the program. @gmarques that’s for your “bugs collection from Anna” 😂
And the question is - how to use the time lapses? The photo can be printed and make somebody’s room nicer but what to do with this? How do you use time lapses?
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Do things happen by chance or do we control the world we live in. I like to think we are in control of our decisions, our opportunities, our tiny worlds. Everything I have done it has lead me here, to you, on this path is where I stay. The path may change and with the change of direction I will change, learn, grow. Enjoy this journey and all it entails, it may not always be pretty but it will be one hell of a story 😁
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5,000 light years away in the constellation Cygnus, a star went boom a LONG time ago (400,000 years). The shockwave from that event made this weird thing! It’s called the crescent nebula but honestly this is not even shaped like a crescent so I think we should rename it. I think it should be called the brain nebula. Anyways this image was a challenge to capture because I really wanted those whispy purple things in the front, but my camera isn’t sensitive in the Oiii wavelength. This lead me to dumping 15hrs in Oiii and only 5hrs in Ha because I got bored. Anyways let me know what you think :)
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Finally some sunshine
I have acquired a Daystar Quark for H-alpha solar viewing and imaging which reveals surface details and prominences. Today was the first sunny day in a while so I had enough time to configure my scope and camera to do this. Borg 71FL; ZWOASI 1600MC; Quark; 2X Powermate
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A few weeks ago I headed out to photograph the milky way at Point Nepean with @christophersmithcreative and @robmorellophoto. We got super lucky with hints of the aurora looking South towards Tasmania and Antarctica. Definitely a night to remember even if we did have unexpected visitors 😂
This was captured with the Sony a7rii, Samyang 14mm 2.8 and is a 3 image stitch with each image shot at 20" and f2.8.