I’ve done these before and was overly fond of them, but thought I’d give it another go with having polaris in the picture.
I’m not overly sure what the issue is with the grid like "overlay" on the picture, so I need to do some research into it.
From chatting with another photographer, it seems that it’s because the image was underexposed and during post, the exposure was increased.
Anyhow, I loved the effect that this returned and I can see me doing more of these in the future.
The quality of this is awful, even though it was shot only at ISO800 on a D7000!!
Somebody loves Daddys new Kayak!
I find it so fascinating every single time I stand outside and watch the ISS pass over head. There is 6 people watching inside the Space Station which travels at over 28000 kmh!!
They always say that the light first thing in the morning can dramatically change the way a place looks…
Another image from a location I visit quite often, the old Radio Station form World War 2 on the Craigbrack Road, over looking Eglinton.
The particular photo was taken from what I believe was the mess hall / sleeping quarters.
I had less than 5 minutes to get from my house to this location and frame this shot.
Quite amazing to watch considering there is 6 people on board and also the fact that it’s 450km above earth and the average speed is approx 28,000km.
You should ALWAYS carry your camera with you as you never know when a photo opportunity will come along.
Not 100% sure on the name of this type of cloud, but this is either called a gustfront or an "elephants foot".
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