NYC PULSE by HernandezDreamphography

66 individual photographs:
3 rounds of 22 each for 3 panoramic images.
The 3 panoramas were taken in a lapse of 4 hours during the sunset… Then in post combining the 3 panoramic scenes for the final image… yo can see the moon in one side and the sunset at the right… The image is so big you can see the cars in the street… Taken with a Canon 5D MIII with a focal length of 75mm (vertical)

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Dream Of Night by MikkoLagerstedt

Enjoy your Sunday! I used my Vision of Depth technique to capture this scenery. You can learn it from my Star Photography Masterclass

Equipment & Exif
Nikon D810, Nikon 14 – 24 mm f/2.8, Sirui Tripod – ISO 6400, 14 mm, f/2.8, 30 sec. & ISO 800, f/7.1, 270 sec.

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Star Guardians by MajeedBadizadegan

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Definitely best viewed on black.

A twilight blend for of the night sky over this secluded southern Oregon coast beach. A twilight blend is made by exposing for the foreground deep into the twilight hour, then later exposing for the milky way. This technique allows better shadow detail preservation.

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Dream on by Carlosmacr

Trying something different in my gallery, now that i am able to capture some decent milky way. Didn’t try with this image to make a realistic one; just playing with the milky way. Blended to do it 3 different photos of my sotck photos.

Thanks for your visit and have a nice weekend


Probando alguna cosilla nueva, ahora que puedo sacar alguna vía láctea decente.. Esta imagen no tiene la pretensión de ser algo realista… simplemente tenía ganas de hacer algo con la vía láctea. Lo hice fusionando 3 fotografías que había en el disco duro.

Gracias por vuestra visita, saludos y buen fin de semana a todos

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Space by ScottMcCook

Hey Guys 🙂

I’ve been pretty busy lately and have unfortunately been neglecting my social media outlets and ze 500 pixels, I recently got into the top 3 finalists for the Western Australia Landscape photographer of the year and it’s all kind of gone nutty since then 🙂

I posted this shot and a few more to come because I feel like i’ve neglected my roots for the last few months, my gold winning images for photographer of the year barely made splash on here and I’ve been creating imagery for myself that probably doesn’t suit here as much in regards to popularity.

But I miss my Milky Ways and i’m slowly going over them again and messing around with them and hope to post some more as the week goes on 🙂

Thank you to 500px for the Editors Choice this week as well, very honored to have that 🙂

I’m working on some pretty cool new projects this year with lots of aerials booked in but also some more Milky Way shoots in August so fingers crossed I bring back some 🙂


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