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Tetonic Night by anonymous66 Tetonic Night by anonymous66
This was my home while I stayed at Grand Teton National Park. It got nice and cold as the stars swirled o'er head.
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liyinalways Featured By Owner Mar 25, 2007
ur camping brings such sweet memories to me .. whats more u even got to look over stars
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foureyes Featured By Owner Apr 2, 2006
:+fav:
very nicely composed :)
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anonymous66 Featured By Owner Apr 2, 2006  Professional Photographer
Thank you very much. :)
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EikonPhotoGrafx Featured By Owner Nov 9, 2005   Photographer
nice, i normaly dont go for pure star trails and silhouette, but the tent really anchors the shot :)
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resada Featured By Owner Oct 26, 2005
WOW!! This is cool!!!
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Whippeh Featured By Owner Oct 24, 2005  Hobbyist Photographer
Excellent - wonderfully done :D
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geek7 Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2005
Nice one, colors and exposure is very nice done. Looks great. Did you had any problems with the noise?
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s15jesusfreak Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2005  Hobbyist General Artist
:D I've been wanting to take star trails. You must really know what you're doing here ;P. Looks very peaceful and calm. :D
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wytrvn Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2005  Professional Photographer
:clap::clap::clap: YOu may not be satisfied with the shot but I think its great ;)
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beaucarnea Featured By Owner Oct 16, 2005
the way the tent 'glows' is amazingly beautiful
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Chrissyo Featured By Owner Oct 15, 2005  Hobbyist Photographer
Cool! I like the lit up tent, very nice:)
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quicksimon Featured By Owner Oct 15, 2005
Great shot. Good foreground idea
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jaypolaski Featured By Owner Oct 14, 2005   Photographer
Excellent shot! I love how you managed to keep the tent static. Great job!
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Elementgfx Featured By Owner Oct 13, 2005
so i guess this was a 16 minute exposure.... or close to

did your camera meter 16 minutes or did you guess?
excellant photo, the sky looks a little grainy, but that is to be expected in this kinda of photography, does the 1d mk II have the same feature as the 20d which attempts to reduce noise after taking the photo? just curious

keep up the great shooting
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steelangel Featured By Owner Oct 13, 2005
what an incredible shot - and what a nice campsite :)
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smurfetteinred Featured By Owner Oct 13, 2005
really nice, wonderful use of light
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xEOSx Featured By Owner Oct 13, 2005
i'd like to see a larger version of this, to see just how good the Mk 2 is at long-exposure N.R.

cool shot. any BIG post-production stuff, like neatimage?
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anonymous66 Featured By Owner Oct 13, 2005  Professional Photographer
I didn't do anything big, just adjusted levels and minor noise reduction with Photoshop CS2 (which doesn't work well). The problem with shooting long exposures with a digital camera is that you get all sorts of dead pixels and harsh noise. I plan on re-doing this shot in another locaton, with a much longer exposure, and hopefully on film.
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djberry Featured By Owner Oct 13, 2005   Photographer
Nice time lapse!
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stetre76 Featured By Owner Oct 13, 2005  Hobbyist Photographer
absolutely amazing long exposure shot!
16 something minutes - that's fantastic!!!
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stormdancerr Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2005
Awsome shot!!

:+fav:
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ab-igne-ignem Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2005
wow...
now this is a really great shot..
If you ask me, itīs probeblyy worth getting a bit cold for...
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Canon
Model
Canon EOS-1D Mark II
Shutter Speed
970/1 second
Aperture
F/6.3
Focal Length
17 mm
ISO Speed
250
Date Taken
Sep 27, 2005, 7:05:58 AM
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