When I’m shooting north-facing photos, I really love to place Polaris as interestingly as I can in the frame. Here, I’ve managed to place it at the pinnacle of the cliff to accentuate the trails and draw the eye to the pinnacle more.
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This whole scene was lit by a full moon, with no light painting of any kind. The light of the full moon was so bright that I think I may have been able to read a book!!
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Info: Nikon D7000, Tokina f/2.8 11-16mm. Stacked photo consisting of 99 individual photos of 30 second exposure f/2.8 ISO 250 each, taken 11:20 am 25 May 2013. 49 and a half minutes total exposure. Lit by moonlight only.
Photographer: Ken Lee
Location: Joshua Tree National Park, CA
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Equipment: Nikon D7000, Tokina AT-X 116, Feisol tripod.
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