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Offline Gordon_Haynes

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Moonlight under the arches
« on: 23:20:16, 06 November, 2017 »
Last night the weather was good so I decided to spend another night in the very beautiful area of Nidd Gorge. This time I wanted to take some pictures and a time lapse of the viaduct with the night sky. The moon was almost full and it was to the left of the scenes as you look at them. I started shooting at 7pm and finished about 5am today. I took over 900 pictures altogether.
These were taken with my Sony A7Sii and Tamron 15-30mm f2.8 lens. For the second clip I used a Syrp Genie panning motor.
Exposures were all 30 seconds at f2.8 and ISO 4000
During the night I heard an otter going for a swim, some owls calling to each other and one particularly loud pheasant that had a lot to say for itself.
The video can be seen at the link below and is in HD and 4K
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Re: Moonlight under the arches
« Reply #1 on: 11:44:07, 09 November, 2017 »
Beautiful work. Fantastic.

Offline Starlight

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Re: Moonlight under the arches
« Reply #2 on: 21:21:08, 10 November, 2017 »
Those really are brilliant
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