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Shooting for......

By fazzer  
Hi sorry works been a tad mental lately so much so I can only get out at night Wink.........taken last night at the Ramshaw rocks in the Peaks. The app on my phone had the pole star an inch lower but quite pleased with my first attempt at star trails. 100 images at 30 secs, iso 6400, WB 3030K and used Starstax software.......hope youre well and thanks for all the votes and badges on the previous uploads, really appreciated SmileSmileSmile

Tags: Specialist and abstract Ramshaw rocks

Voters: andylea2, cabbie, marktc and 33 more

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marktc 9 101 15 United Kingdom
20 Sep 2015 7:47PM
I think its pretty awesome buddy. Hope you are well.

Mark

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mlseawell 9 1 United States
20 Sep 2015 8:19PM
Gorgeous star trail!

Mark
Trevhas Plus
7 1.5k 3 United Kingdom
20 Sep 2015 8:23PM
Wow !! Amazing !! its sending me dizzy just looking at it.....Fantastic work Jeremy, have a badge GrinGrin .
looks like one of the stars couldn't hold on much longer and dropped out !! Smile
Trev.
fazzer 10 54 7 United Kingdom
20 Sep 2015 9:06PM
Thanks Mark , Mark and Trev for the lovely comments and the OTT generosity .........not sure what it is Trev it took a minute and a half to cover that distance, it was the last 3 exposures hence why it never made it to the ground . I took it at 3am this morning !!! long day , think the park ranger was checking out my bus with a flashlight when I was up there , at least I cant have been done for sleeping in it Wink
chris-p 14 72 England
20 Sep 2015 9:58PM
3am ! Devotion to say the least...amazing image
BIGRY1 8 3 8 United Kingdom
20 Sep 2015 10:31PM
It must have been great being out there at that time! An amazing image, you must be well happy with thisGrin
Ryan
20 Sep 2015 11:20PM
Love the composition with the rock finger pointing to the stars.Smile
fazzer 10 54 7 United Kingdom
21 Sep 2015 8:03AM
Wow huge thanks to Kate, Tish , Paul and Ryan , very chuffed SmileSmileSmile
fazzer 10 54 7 United Kingdom
21 Sep 2015 8:09AM
Ryan I was watching the sky during the exposure I saw a meteor burn up leaving a long red glow for a few seconds but it was the opposite direction to the camera, you can get apps which let you know of meteor showers ..... Turned into one of the characters from the Big Bang theory 😀
SlowSong Plus
11 8.5k 30 England
21 Sep 2015 11:13AM
I so admire all you astral photographers. Don't know how you have the patience, but you certainly got a brilliant result.
x
PaulMillar 8 83 2 Scotland
21 Sep 2015 12:42PM
Looks super mate, have a wee badge, 2 a minute for 50 minutes, lets see cup of tea in one hand, shutter cable in other, mmmmmm could work.......lol. But I think you killed a star with that Nikon......lol.

Have a great week mate.

Paul.
kojak 7 14 United Kingdom
21 Sep 2015 3:10PM
Must have a go at this myself. Brill Jeremy
fazzer 10 54 7 United Kingdom
21 Sep 2015 7:17PM
cheers Paul and Mick, much appreciated. Paul the remote has a timer on it where you program in the number and time between each shot, Christ that would be painful standing there for an hour Wink.....since done a bit of reading on the web and to get more colour in the star trails its iso 1600, 30 sec, f/2.8, wb 4000k
fazzer 10 54 7 United Kingdom
21 Sep 2015 7:21PM
Chris its easier than normal landscapery you just set the remote and have a kip depending on the safety of the location Wink
gerainte1 5 44 United Kingdom
23 Sep 2015 9:57PM
Just seen this , well done, looking forward to more of your sleepless nights

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