Wednesday, July 13, 2016

Startrails in the Desert

Here’s a startrail shot I finally got around to editing. The foreground was shot around twilight to maximize depth of field and to control the lantern brightness that the subject is holding. The stars were then shot as it became dark. I used the internal intervelometer in the Nikon D750 to fire off 100 shots which were combined in a startrail program. I love how clean the images are with a foreground shot before hand. As long as the scene isn’t too difficult with too many things cutting through the sky, this is my preferred method to achieve solid foreground subjects when shooting astro.

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Brandon Yoshizawa
B.A.Y | photography
Landscape and Wildlife photography