Tuhan menciptakan Alam semesta untuk dijadikan tempat merenung bagi orang-orang yang berfikir.” dan
Saat kita bersedih, luangkanlah beberapa detik untuk mengagumi kebesaran Tuhan melalui indahnya alam semesta ini.
Went for a nice long walk yesterday to get some shots as the light was perfect only, after taking 2 or 3 photos I realised I'd made a rookie mistake and had forgotten to clear my memory card. Yep I had a full card and my spare was broken reading error so heres 1 of the shots I got to take 😂💔
My first evening in Skye was spent in the village of Elgol, which conveniently faces west towards the setting sun. It’s a good 9 miles on a single track road to get there, but worth all the effort. I waited until the sun just about dipped below the horizon before grabbing this image to minimise lens flare. A shutter speed of 1-2 seconds was enough to retain some detail in the water but still create a sense of movement
Canon 5D Mark III
17-40mm F/4 @ 28mm
F/9.0 1.6s ISO 200
Lee 0.9 ND grad, Little Stopper
IG and stuff:
My first Milky Way photo of the season! This is been a long time coming. I've always wanted to photograph this location, but never quite had the chance before. But, over the weekend I really didn't have a choice but to travel outside of the Tucson area last weekend due to weather. After searching Facebook and Instagram I found out people were heading up to the Phoenix area. I checked the weather and everything pointed to clear skies overnight.
So, I charged my batteries, loaded up all of my gear, took a nap, and watched some TV until it was time to get on the road. At about midnight I headed up towards Phoenix, getting to a parking spot with plenty of time to hike out to this spot and setup. Due to the time of year I didn't have time to do anything other then capture as many images I can with the hopes of stacking them to create what you see here before the sun came up. This is #1 of 3 captured over the 3 hours I had to image.
I would have had this up earlier, but Photoshop kept crashing and I had to re-edit this image 5 times.. So, I hope you enjoy!
Canon 6D Astro Modified by Spencer’s Camera
Canon16-35 f/2.8 L III
Optolong Light Pollution Filter
Stacked in Deep Sky Stacker
Edited w/ Photoshop CC
Sky: 29mm, f/2.8, ISO 6400, 30sec X10
Foreground: Same settings, different edit to bring out details.