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4 May 2011 5:22PM
A stunner !!!!!!!!


Scotty

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wow looks like a place from a fairy tale book, just a gorgeous image
Tammy
4 May 2011 5:25PM
Just love these pictures.

John
JouŠo Plus
13 56 Finland
4 May 2011 5:35PM
Stunning!!

Jouko
kinfatric Plus
13 550 9 Scotland
4 May 2011 5:40PM
In a word spectacular.
4 May 2011 5:55PM
What an amazing image - superb capture. A
4 May 2011 6:38PM
Stunning !!!
cassiecat Plus
9 39 46 England
4 May 2011 7:11PM
gorgeous. shortlisted.lesley
BillyGoatGruff Plus
10 191 199 England
4 May 2011 7:13PM
Blown away....again!!

Bill
martin.w Plus
15 503 22 United Kingdom
4 May 2011 8:43PM
Surreal....love it Smile
rontear Plus
14 8 8 England
4 May 2011 10:38PM
Sparkling image Tony, Aurora magic. Ron.
PhillipMinnis 7 94 4 Australia
5 May 2011 3:04AM
What a stunning image! This is one thing that I want to witness before I die! Smile


Cheers

Phil
Scaramanga Plus
10 56 6 United Kingdom
5 May 2011 10:52AM
Really beautiful light and colour.
dathersmith Plus
10 558 12 England
5 May 2011 12:55PM
WOW, what a stunning image.

Darren.
Richsr Plus
10 91 223 England
5 May 2011 1:15PM
Excellent image. Congrats on the HC.
Regards Richard
Shroomer 11 14 167 England
5 May 2011 1:58PM
Absolutely Awesome
Richard
5 May 2011 2:22PM
great image again! just a quick question...how do you keep the shots so clear and with such low noise? is it really just down to the full frame sensor?
5 May 2011 3:19PM

Quote:Great image again! just a quick question...how do you keep the shots so clear and with such low noise? is it really just down to the full frame sensor?

It was taken at iso800 and it is more to do with correctly exposing the shot. I then carefully apply many levels of noise reduction.
5 May 2011 10:39PM

Quote:Great image again! just a quick question...how do you keep the shots so clear and with such low noise? is it really just down to the full frame sensor?
It was taken at iso800 and it is more to do with correctly exposing the shot. I then carefully apply many levels of noise reduction.



Ok! i was hoping you would say it was the full frame sensor so i would have a good excuse to upgrade Wink I'm loving these aurora shots...hope I will be able to see it again soon. yannis
6 May 2011 3:33AM
what amazing it is! Grin
Buffalo_Tom Plus
11 2.3k 9 Wales
6 May 2011 7:29AM
Must be an amazing experience watching this..something most can only dream about.
Fabulous.
Tom.
Wow!!! Amazing, A-flipping-mazing. *Green with Envy*
6 May 2011 1:24PM
antastic image
Dorothy
7 May 2011 11:36PM
ank you Dorothy!
... and many thanks for all who voted and commented, and wow, an HC!
Incredible Tony I have always wanted to capture the Aurora!

Adrian.

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