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Royce Bair
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NightScape Photographer
NightScape Photographer

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NightScaper Conference scheduled for May 1-3, 2019 in Moab, Utah
The first annual NightScaper Conference has been scheduled for May 1-3, 2019 in Moab, Utah . Check back in a couple of days for more information!
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Best Color Profile for Social Media Posting
Best Color Profile for Social Media Posting
Best Color Profile for Social Media Posting
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Two Rivers in the Grand Canyon
“Two Rivers” ~ The Dark River (a.k.a. The Great Rift in the Milky Way) rising over the Colorado River in Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona ~ © Royce Bair The Story : I woke up eleven days ago at 3:30 am on the 5th day of a Colorado River rafting trip with...
Two Rivers in the Grand Canyon
Two Rivers in the Grand Canyon
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Podcast - Single Image Milky Way Photography vs. Tracking
PODCAST Episode 76: Single Image Milky Way Photography vs. Star Tracking .   Listen to a podcast I did earlier this week with Aaron and Brendon at Photog Adventures. I discuss pros and cons of both types of Milky Way Photography and how to best take advanta...
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I invite you to join our NightScaper Facebook group. We just chose a new moderator (our 4th) from Tehran, Iran: +Amir shahcheraghian . Check us out: https://www.facebook.com/groups/nightscaper/
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A single exposure I took last October in the White Pocket region of northern Arizona, using the stationary, LowLevelLighting techniques I pioneered in my eBook and freely demonstrate with co-host Wayne Pinkston on our public service website www.LowLevelLighting.org.

NOTE: Although our LLL website demonstrates the science and equipment behind LLL lighting, it does not teach you HOW to light. My Milky Way NightScapes eBook does that.

My 140 page eBook has much more to teach you: 1. Planning and Scouting, 2. Shooting NightScapes, 3. Lighting the Foreground (using starlight, moonlight, and artificial light), and 4. Post Processing.
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25% OFF SALE: here’s your chance to get $5 off my eBook —considered by thousands of purchasers to be the “Bible” of NightScape photography. Just go to http://www.NightScapeBook.com and enter the Discount Code FLIK at checkout.
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SIMPLIFIED STAR TRAILS TECHNIQUE. North Star & star trails thru South Window Arch, Arches Nat’l Park, Utah.

A single 1-hour exposure I took just a few days ago. This side of the massive arch was illuminated by a crescent moon, while the backside was lit by a single, stationary F&V Z96 filtered LED panel light (more info @ LowLevelLighting.org).

EXIF: Canon 5DM3 • Tamron 15-30mm @ 17mm • 3600 sec (1-hour), f/5.6, ISO 125 (with “Long Exposure Noise Reduction” enabled).

My simplified star trails technique is described on page 62 of my "MilkyWay NightScapes" eBook —considered by thousands to be the “Bible” of NightScape photography. 25% off SALE thru March 31 (save $5) by using Discount Code TWAN at checkout (go to www.NightScapeBook.com .
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"Moonlight" ~ A re-share of Amar Bey's photo from the "NightScaper" Facebook group that I admin. This is a single exposure, not a composite! https://www.facebook.com/groups/nightscaper/
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Star Geyser ~ Northwestern Milky Way “erupting” over the 3 Patriarchs (Abraham, Isaac & Jacob) in Zion National Park. I took this single exposure 4 nights ago with a fisheye lens—pointing almost straight up, which also captured a big cottonwood tree and part of a canyon wall behind me. www.RoyceBair.com
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Tripod use banned on Zion National Park trails
Zion's "Little Tree" photographed with the Milky Way. It's single, 25 second exposure required the use of a tripod. Tripods are not allowed in Zion National Park —but only if you are in a photography workshop. These are the new 2018 rules for Guided Photogr...
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