We all shine on...like the moon and the stars and the sun... ~ John Lennon You can read more about how I photographed star trails and more on Nikon Learn & Explore, plus lots of great info on everything else on their website! http://www.nikonusa.com/en/Learn-And-Explore/Article/h0ndzhvw/photographing-the-night-sky-star-trails.html#! Basic set up, a sturdy tripod, in-camera intervalometer of the Nikon D3, consecutive 30 second exposures, f/2.8, ISO 2800, Nikkor 16mm fisheye lens, and a lot of patience and mosquito spray! Happy Friday! I hope everyone has a great weekend!
Dreaming of clouds today This pier was photographed using a Nikon D4, Nikkor 16-35mm lens, 30 seconds at f/16 using a Singh-Ray Mor-Slow 10 stop neutral density filter to create a softness and sense of motion with the clouds. Nik Analog Efex Pro (Zoom and Rotate Blur, how cool!) adds a soft focus blur with the fishing pier. Happy Wednesday, I hope everyone is having a great week!
One of my favorite places in Paris, photographed last September, a nice month to visit! 15 seconds, F/11, Nikon D4, Nikkor 28-300mm lens long enough to capture the on-the-hour sparkly lights that I so admire!
The blue hour at Sanford Marina, Florida. There's something about a deep blue night sky and calm water that draws me in, and seems so peaceful. Last night the smallest sliver of of a crescent moon made a guest appearance. :-) Happy Monday, I hope everyone has a great day!