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Starry Danish IslandNightsky longexposure 360 stitching from 13 images. Venoe Denmark Shot on Canon 6D Samyang 14mm 2.8
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Pink Lake ReflectionsOn my recent trip to the Pink Lake of Quairading, I captured this 360 photosphere. This image is made up of 56 individual images and captures several notable celestial objects. The main structure in the sky is the Milky Way, the galaxy we live in. Under the Milky Way core, we can see Venus starting to set. Towards the South, the Large and Small Magellanic Clouds are clearly visible. And finally, towards the Northern skies, we see the faint glow of Andromeda Galaxy. The bright light in the middle is the light pollution coming from Perth city, 200km away. The light pollution was unusually bright on this night due to the smoke coming from the burn off fires in the Wheat Belt of Western Australia. Location: Pink Lake of Quairading, Western Australia Time: 8:30pm Date: 21st Oct 2016 Camera: Nikon D750 Lens: Sigma 20mm ART Tripod Mount: Gigapan Epic Pro Settings: ISO1000 F1.8 20s x 56
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The Guilderton LighthouseLet me take you around Western Australia to see the night sky along the western coast. This is a 56 image photosphere taken at the Guilderton Lighthouse. It captures the Milky Way, the Zodical Lights and Venus setting towards the western sky at the Guilderton Lighthouse. Guilderton is a small town 120km north of Perth city and is a popular tourist stop off thanks to the Moore River exit running straight through the town. Tourist come to enjoy the beach, the ocean, the view of the Lighthouse and, of course, stargazing. Date: 29 September 2016 Time: 8pm Location: Guilderton, Western Australia Camera: Nikon D750 Lens: Sigma 20mm ART Tripod Mount: Gigapan Epic Pro Settings: ISO800 F1.4 20s x 56
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Sugarloaf by NightThis is a 360 degree photomosaic of Sugarloaf Rock by Night. In the night sky, we see the Milky Way arch, the Large and Small Magellanic Clouds and the Zodiacal Lights. Consisting of 63 individual frames, it took 32 minutes to capture the entire photo with the final image rendering at over 400 megapixels. While each frame was down-sampled from 24MP to 16MP, this is still the largest image I've ever taken and was a huge challenge for my computer to stitch and process. The final rendering took over half an hour to export. Date: 1 June 2016 Time: 8:30pm Location: Sugarloaf Rock, Naturaliste, WA Camera: Nikon D750 Lens: Sigma 24mm Art Tripod Mount: Gigapan Epic Pro ISO3200 F2.0 25s x 63 Stitched in Autopano Giga Processed in Lightroom CC
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