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Mt. Teide - 60 mins exposure

 
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Dec 08, 2009 06:08 |  #1

Hiya, here is a 60 mins (3790 sec to be precise) night exposure of the volcano MT. Teide on Tenerife Island, Spain. Light rays caused by rising moon. Canon 40D + Ef-S 10-22 f/6,3 ISO 100 NR Off. Processed in LR & PS. Dark frame subtraction helped a bit to combat the strong signal noise together with Noise Ninja and some manual work. Local contrast pushed in the sky to enhance the trails.

Break it down guys!! What could i have done to improve it??

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Dec 08, 2009 06:33 |  #2

very intersting ! what time was this taken ?


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Dec 08, 2009 06:41 |  #3

brownbugger wrote in post #9156438 (external link)
very intersting ! what time was this taken ?

13th of august about 01.00 in the night.



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Dec 08, 2009 06:57 |  #4

Bollan wrote in post #9156384 (external link)
Break it down guys!! What could i have done to improve it??

I'm struggling to find anything you could have done to improve it. Very nice! :D


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Dec 08, 2009 07:32 |  #5

Wow. Great picture demonstrating the way stars travel through the sky! ;)


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Dec 08, 2009 10:32 |  #6

Fantastic. Well done.


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Dec 08, 2009 12:16 |  #7

Beautiful image, nicely done.


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Dec 08, 2009 12:17 |  #8

Beautiful shot, the clouds streaking across the sky give it that extra zing :)


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Dec 08, 2009 16:35 |  #9

Fantastic image, lots of interest across the composition. Everything's workin' :D Great job.


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Dec 08, 2009 19:10 |  #10

beautiful shot!




  
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Dec 08, 2009 19:27 as a reply to  @ Accessoire's post |  #11

Very cool shot. I took one of these a few years ago but it was only 10 minutes or so. I'm guessing thats the North Star in the center of the spiral.

Great picture demonstrating the way stars travel through the sky!

The stars arent traveling...thats the earth rotating that causes this. Sorry couldn't help it, just being a smartass...lol.
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Dec 11, 2009 04:27 |  #12

Thank you all for the friendly comments. Very encouraging indeed!!



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Dec 11, 2009 04:36 as a reply to  @ Bollan's post |  #13

I was there in Aug, i love the place, it was a photographers dream, with the surrounding landscape, and different levels of interest (Altitude, the green zone, and wild life, followed by rocks and more rocks :D)

I asked our tour guide if there was any way to get up there at night time, but a taxi there would of been crazy money (from Playas des las americas)! :( But it would of been the best place to see the stars!

I love this shot!


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Dec 15, 2009 12:07 |  #14

this might be a rediculous question to most of you, but coming from a beginner, how would one go about shooting a 60min exposure? How can a camera do this?

Amazing shot BTW... quite admirable




  
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Dec 15, 2009 12:11 |  #15

Great work. I really like the foreground


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