January has slipped by, and I haven’t used up my camera in anger in a long while. I’ve been busy with LEGO stuff as well as remodeling our kitchen at home.
I have a bunch of photos taken at the High Lonesome last November and December that I need to edit and process. I’ve quickly done three of my favorites:
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I also made another time-lapse video of the night sky last December. This time, the exposures were much longer: 25 sec. instead of 8 sec. as the previous time-lapse video.
This video (click thumbnail below) is composed of 100 photos played at 8 frames per second. Each photo was shot at: 25 sec., f/1.8, ISO 3200.
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(1.5 MB, Windows Media File)
The files were shot as small JPGs on FINE with heavy noise reduction turned on. The long-exposure NR was turned off. Again, this was done using my “low-light” combo: the Canon 5DII and 24mm f/1.4II lens.