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After a long headache and 2 hours on a twisty road we finally arrived at a beautiful meadow in Mt Laguna. As the sunlight fell we were graced with a beautifully vivid night sky. My friends Dan Douglas, Brian Hawkins and Daniel Tomlinson had a blast sharing stories and setting up multiple axis Timelapse shots. As the 4 hour Timelapses were running I decided to capture this 180 degree panorama.
Since I know you guys love the technical details here they are, this Panorama is 15 vertical images taken with the Canon 6D and Nikon 14-24 F/2.8
EXIF: 20Sec F/2.8 ISO6400
If you wanna learn how to take and or process images like this one, check out my new online and in person workshops.
Dave Morrow and I also provide a video tutorial with RAW files so that you can follow along.
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Here is a new photo from the La Jolla Coves, one of my all time favorite seascape locations. I was about knee deep in water when this was taken and a few waves came in and almost took my camera out. By the end of the shot I was waist deep in water, my camera is fine and the experience was amazing.
Thanks guys for taking a look at the photo
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The fountain at Margaritaville at night is spectacular to see. Music is piped in to the 12 speakers stationed around the fountain in surround sound. Chairs are set up side by side around the entire fountain and it is nearly impossible to find an open chair. Thanks for looking and for all your support and comments.
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Here is a new photograph from one of my favorite spots in California, Santa Ynez. The rolling hills with giant oak trees makes for some awesome foreground with the Milky Way. The bright spots on the horizon is not the sun setting, but actually the Light Pollution from Los Angeles county. I hope you guys enjoy the photograph.
I teach workshops for photography and timelapse on Skype, click here if you are interested in learning more.
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