Extremely long exposure: Photographer Lincoln Harrison endures shoots in the wintry Australian outback to snare stunning images of star trails in the night sky. - I love these, they remind me of Aboriginal dot paintings but on the night sky
Self-portrait of the photographer, Travis Burke, shooting the Milky Way under Utah’s Delicate Arch, with a little creative lighting from a flashlight. Camera settings: 50 sec., ISO Photo by Travis Burke
According to My Modern Met, photographer Lincoln Harrison creates these mind-blowing shots of startrails exploding in the night by using long exposures combined with a creative zoom technique, and then layering two images together in post-production
Some fascinating images. Whirl of Stars - Amazing sky images from Australia-based photographer Lincoln Harrison. In Harrison's photos, the rotation of the Earth makes the stars appear as if they're traveling across the sky.
color inspiration/possible artwork Brent Purcell is a talented photographer, who was born in Palmerston North and currenlty based in Hamilton, Waikato, New Zealand. Specialising in long exposure landscape photography, Brent’s aim is…