Archive for the Long exposures Category

July Update!

Posted in 5DMII, Available Light, Gopro Hero5, Long exposures, Wide Angle on July 15, 2018 by budbranch

Here is what I have been up to for the last few weeks:

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MOMentum is building…

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Tattoo!

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Hagerty Mandolins

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Hagerty Mandolins

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Hagerty Mandolins

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Ground squirrel taunts us

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This got published in Taos News

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Eskes crowd watching the fireworks

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Gun buy-back in Taos

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Eskes Bluegrass Jam

Flamenco!

Posted in Long exposures, Sony RX100-II on May 2, 2018 by budbranch

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The Lyrid Meteor Shower

Posted in 5DMII, Astrophotography, Long exposures, Wide Angle on April 22, 2018 by budbranch

IMG_6221-2This meteor flashed through around 2AM this morning.  While it appears to be “in” the Milky Way, it is well to remember that the meteor is very close to Earth, actually burning up IN our atmosphere, while the Milky Way is (almost) unimaginably distant.

For extra credit:  why do we see more meteors AFTER midnight, than before?

 

Startrails at the VLA

Posted in 5DMII, Astrophotography, Available Light, Composite, Long exposures, Wide Angle on April 12, 2018 by budbranch

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This is a composite of about fifty 30-second exposures.  A departing car painted the antenna red (I used considerable Photoshop layer masking to get this final effect).  Also, that’s a meteor at top right…

The VLA at Magdalena, NM

Posted in 5DMII, Astrophotography, Available Light, Long exposures, Wide Angle on April 12, 2018 by budbranch

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Another Taurid Meteor

Posted in 5DMII, Astrophotography, Long exposures on November 21, 2017 by budbranch

Note that the stars are visible right down to the horizon…

Another Satellite Glint

Posted in 5DMII, Astrophotography, Long exposures on November 10, 2017 by budbranch

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This a 40 second exposure. I had 5 minutes of warning to set up, before this Iridium satellite crossed over. I use “Sky Guide” on my iPhone.

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