Last night I was experimenting with my glass ball in front of our house. This is once image I like. Enjoy!
Last night I photographed the moonbow in Yosemite National Park. I got both images around 10:30 pm.
I was setting up my equipment for star photography when I decided to use a second camera to photograph the light beam that connects the star tracker with Polaris. Enjoy!
I used an old 15-30mm zoom lens to create this image. I handheld the camera and during the 13 sec. exposure time I zoom in very slowly. Enjoy!
Currently I am walking through the streets of Merced looking for interesting light decorations. I photograph them purposely blurred. The interesting fact is that different lenses create different blurs. One can also create different blurs through the focusing ring. Be creative with your camera and have fun!
Yesterday was the day where the Comet Neowise was closest to the earth. My wife and I decided to look for the comet on a lonely country road. Looking at my star tracker on my cell phone I thought this was the perfect place. I decided to use my 14mm super wide angle lens to compose the shot. The sun had disappeared behind the mountains and the moon had risen. The comet revealed himself pretty weak on the right hand side of the image.
After reading about “Neowise” I decided to drive to Lake Yosemite (just a short drive outside Merced, CA) to photograph the Comet. I did not want to wait 6800 years until he shows up again!
This is a composition of sixty images. Each image was exposed one minute. In post production all sixty images were combined and slightly tweaked into this final image.
I am currently photographing in beautiful San Diego, CA. I created this image last night in Balboa Park.
Enjoy the image and keep on photographing!
Finally we saw the Northern Lights outside Reyklavik in Iceland. It was about midnight when I snapped the trigger of my camera.
Enjoy and keep on photographing!