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PostWed Aug 24, 2016 7:46 am 
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went out last night to shoot the northern lights.  Ended up capturing this meteor instead.


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^I counted to ~19 meteors?!?!  I bet it's higher than that!  Each one on a layer?  Just fantastically fun!  Thank you.

Thanks!  It was fun to shoot and produce....About 20 images brought into photoshop as layers then used a layer mask to reviel each meteor onto a base image.  This was about half the meteors that I captured that night. I will probably do another with just select meteors that line up nicely.    That was my first attempt at using layer masks and stacking in Photoshop.

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PostSun Aug 28, 2016 12:20 pm 
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Just got a few stars in this shot due to full-moon brightness on August 16, but the Aurora Borealis was doing fine in the sky over our camp in the mountains above Torssukatak Sound in southern Greenland:


Despite full-moon brightness that limited the number of visible stars, the Aurora Borealis blazed through the sky above our mountain campsite high above Torssukatak Sound in southern Greenland.
Despite full-moon brightness that limited the number of visible stars, the Aurora Borealis blazed through the sky above our mountain campsite high above Torssukatak Sound in southern Greenland.
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PostTue Sep 27, 2016 8:23 am 
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Last night at gold creek pond


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Milky Way from Shriner Peak, May 27th.  Plus bonus aurora photo from the same night.
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I love zooming on deep objects, this is tracked for 15 sec w/ 90mm (135mmFF), F2.

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PostThu Jun 29, 2017 10:43 am 
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Kenji wrote:
I love zooming on deep objects, this is tracked for 15 sec w/ 90mm (135mmFF), F2.


Cool!!!
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pretty awesome shots, guys! up.gif

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PostThu Jul 20, 2017 8:41 am 
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Aurora last week over Shuksan:

Shuksan
Shuksan
Shuksan+Aurora
Shuksan+Aurora
Shuksan+Aurora
Shuksan+Aurora
Shuksan+Aurora+Moonlight
Shuksan+Aurora+Moonlight

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