This week I had another appearance on Earthsky.Org in their article about how many stars can be seen on a clear moonless night. How long does it take for you eyes to adjust to a dark sky? Care to take a guess?
Why not read the article to find out more. I know for myself that I can’t see a lot of Points that can be seen by others but lucky for me, I use the camera as my seeing eye.
Big thank you to Deborah Byrd and Earthsky for their continued support for my photography.
May 3 was First Friday at the Denver Photo Art Gallery and despite cooler temps in Denver and the Rockies playing at home, the turn out was great and I had the opportunity to meet many people including several people from the Social Network World.
The next First Friday Art Walk on Santa Fe is June 7. I will be at the Denver Photo Art Gallery at 833 Sante Fe Dr from 6-9pm.
Got Time? Last weekend I went photo mounting crazy with over 30 prints mounted for the Breckenridge Theatre Art Gallery show as well as New and Replaced Bin Prints for DPAG.
Getting ready for Breckenridge Theatre Art Gallery
Stellar Tuesday this week will bring my first Summer Milky Way image of 2013. As many of you know the weather here has generally been snowy, grey, and / or cloudy for the past 8 weeks + making Astrophotography a near impossibility w/ just a dew windows of oppurtunity. Last night I found a break in the clouds at around 3am after a few hours of frustration. Patience paid off and I can’t wait to show the new image.
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Stellar Tuesday – August 2, 2012
Time Lapse with the South-Facing cliffs of Red Mountain in the Gore Range under Moonlight: Summit County, Colorado.
The above image is a composite consisting of 8 (12″) exposures at f2.0 and ISO 500. I set my intervolometer to record the same scene every 5 minutes before going to bed. Upon returning home, I stacked these images in Photoshop CS 6 and did my post processing (developing) in Lightrooom 4.
Posted in Astro, Colorado, Gore Range, landscape, Low Light, Mountains, Nightscape, Photography, Summit County
Also tagged Colorado, Gore Range, Landscape, Nightscape, Summit County