Geeze, that is good...a very long lens on a 1.6x body....I generally prefer wide...but you are showing what long can do. Great work by you.
This is really fabulous work by you....and processed well also I presume. Excellent. Traveller
Geeze this is nice....kudos...and for knowing when to use F22
Best Wishes, Traveller
Very nice! I am here by happy accident, but I am very, very impressed. Great shot.
puneetvikramsingh: i got it on 17 july ....here is the flickr link http://flic.kr/p/cMrSes
I doubt that these are the Perseids Meteors also...which is not to say that this isn't a terrific image with meteors trails in it.
risto40: I was taking photographs of stars first time, 2 nights in row. On the 1st night I could photograph only around 15minutes because I went out too late and soon clouds filled the sky. I managed to capture only star-trails, but no falling stars. In the second night, last night, went out earlier and I took pictures during an hour. Success. Finally one nice falling star appeared in the direction where I was pointed my camera.Here are 5 pics I took: http://www.hundiurg.eu/imgs_to_dPreview/dPreview.php The last one is from the 1st night, others are 2nd night. I must say, I like falling star without startrails more (seems cleaner/clearer).Tech: Taken with good old Canon 40D+17-85 @17mm f4, iso 1000-1600. Lot of 30sec pictures blended together.
Seriously, that is good work! I was very impressed.
I thought it was photoshopped....lol
Both your talent and vision are amazing.
I am so happy that I stumbled upon this by accident.
Why did you tilt the frame so much? I probably would not have done this...and it would have been a weaker image....so what compelled you to shoot it as you have? Best Wishes, Traveller
This is fabulous...I have unsuccessfully tried this shot...in the evening....lol...I don't know what HDR tone mapped is...maybe I should find out. Great image, Traveller