Balance by GiuseppeTorre

Balance of clolours and pebbles during A winter sunrise in front of the “Isola Bella”; 3 images needed for the focus stacking to achieve this final picture.

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Foggy Nights by snooked123

Low-tide allowed us to stand really close to the sea stack and capture its reflection along with the Milkyway. There was a little bit of fog on the left and at the horizon but there was enough gap that we could capture the MW as well as the fog. The lights from the city made the fog appear yellow which was quite cool. The numerous bonfires on the beach give the sea stacks a yellowish tinge which I had to cool down a bit to avoid looking unantural.

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Cut Open the Sky by RyanDyar

Namibia Untamed
Northern Lights Finale – With Arild Heitmann
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Sort of a weird comp here, I’ll admit. I for sure didn’t knock this one out of the park, but I was trying to include the little swirl on the left side. Maybe it works, maybe it doesn’t… I’m too dumb to figure it out! Got some pretty sweet light though, which is good because I’m a half-wit and easily excited over things like colors in the sky and swirly things in the water. I think most people who know me well will agree that I should be wearing a helmet most of the time.

Got some big tours with really cool dudes who don’t wear helmets coming up next year. Marcel Van Oosten was kind enough to honor me with the privilege to lead a tour to Namibia for him next year… I’m guaranteeing it will be epic. Also my good friend Arild Heitmann and I will be leading another crazy tour next March to shoot the Lofoten Islands… it’s always a successful trip. Check out the links above for all the info you need!

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Oslo Trails by AaronGroen

Just under 2 hours of star trails over this old church in South Dakota. I noticed the top of the spire is missing since the last time I was there back in the end of June so I let the sky provide a new one. It took some practice long exposures to make sure the placement of the steeple would be right with Polaris, but I think I got it about as close as possible.This is 233 frames at 30 seconds f/2.8 3200iso, 16mm with a Canon EOS 6D and EF 16-35mmf2.8L II usm lens. Thanks for looking! for prints please visit my website and connect with me on your social media!
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Right place, right time by Carlosmacr

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Just the most amazing sunset i have witnessed (and i at this time i can say i saw a lot of them :))

An image i took during same magic moments of this other ( and which i wanted to try with, thinking in the 500px “> contest.

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