Very nice stuff. Keep them coming.
I want to know how to get shots like that
The Milky Way was incredible last night! I've been to some of the darkest skies in the U.S., but lasts nights Milky Way was the brightest I've ever seen.
Beat my time at Chaco hands-down.
I took lots of photos, but I'll have to post them once I get back to my editing computer (I shoot in RAW).
In the meantime, here's one I shot from Chaco, these new ones should be even better!
https://farm2.staticflickr.com/1585/24081142661_49ea3ae3fc_o.jpgChaco-at-Night-Reprocessed by Andrew Marjama, on Flickr
Awesome! Great photos!
Thanks for sharing op.
Some people have maybe one talent. OP seems to have several.
Wow I'm just down the road and my iPhone couldn't get near that cool of a pic
This was taken the night before the eclipse at camp. The Milky Way was extremely bright and there were many shooting stars throughout the night. I have more to process but will probably leave those for tomorrow. I'll post them in this thread when I finish them.
This is a single 25 second image. Camera used was a Nikon D600 and Samyang 14mm F2.8 lens.
Milky Way Over Medicine Bow by Andrew Marjama, on Flickr
Thanks, more eclipse photos coming today!
I decided to post the rest of the Milky Way photos in a new thread here.
Thanks for posting. It was cloudy and overcast here in Illinois. The eclipse was a bust for us. Your pics are super.
Wow, great photos Andrew.
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