In that vast expanse of space, is it really possible we're alone?
On Monday I got quite a few questions on how I did my time lapse, so I created a tutorial article that goes over the process I used. It's linked in my profile. Let me know if you have more questions.
This image was created from images in that time lapse. I stacked 8 shots of the night sky and then blended in a very early blue hour shot of the landscape. To date, this is my best stack/blend/composite. I'm really happy with the final result. I hope you like it too.
Of course, I'm not the only one with a shot of the Milky Way rising over Long's Peak. I was up there with @benstrauss_photography, @davidg__photography, and @wmorleyphotography. We each had our own interpretation of the scene and it's fun to see everyone's personal twist. Go check them out to see what I mean.
Thanks for looking!
Shot with @sonyalpha a6300
Foreground: F/5.6, ISO800, shutter: 180 seconds, focal length: 12mm
Sky: 8 stacked images, F/2.4, ISO2500, shutter: 25 seconds, focal length: 12mm
That’s a real #trailmarker ?!?!
Last year in May, I spent 15 hours on this #mountain on an epic #misadventure . Towards the end I began to hallucinate that I was seeing trail markers everywhere. It was cathartic to go back and touch one.