Star Fall – 30 Minute Exposure.

Night-Fall.

This was our camp spot up on Smith Mesa and my view was a few yards from my trailer. It’s one of my favorite places, overlooking the entire Zion Valley. I come here every year or so to relax and get images that due it justice. This year I took home two, this one, and a spectacular panorama that we’ve not finished yet. I’m ecstatic since this not an easy area to get the right conditions in. This is a unique combination of sunset light and visible stars. It’s the real thing, exposed for around 30 minutes just after sunset.

For Photographers. How it was made…

Technical Notes: Canon MK2, 70-200mm 2.8 V1, 78mm @ f56, 30+ minutes, ISO400, Induro Tripod
Processing:
Lightroom 4, Photoshop, Seim Effects tools.

 

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