Next image: Through one arch you see two more arches. So goes what it’s like to explore Arches National Park. Arches everywhere. For this image I got a bit of moonlight that was slowly setting to light up the arch for me, while also catching a bit of the Milky Way. Hope everyone has great week. Leave a comment if you think there are two eyes 👀 looking at you!!!
Previous image: Back to the archives for a slight re-edit of Delicate Arch. I’ve never been to Delicate Arch in the day. In fact we hiked out as the sun was coming up and passed by some hikers that were hiking in to watch the sun rise at Delicate Arch. They had no idea that we had been there all night watching the moon set and the Milky Way rise. Definitely a night to not forget. This is one image that I haven’t shared before. Fun to share it now. . . 📷: @canonusa 5dMK4 @sigmaphoto 20mm f/1.4 @reallyrightstuff tvc24L and B-55 ballhead This is a vertirama, or horizontal panorama. The sky was created with 15 images: f/2.0, 20seconds at iso 12,800 stacked in Starry Landscape Stacker. The bottom 5 images also f/2.0, 20 seconds at iso 12,800 also stacked in Starry Landscape Stacker. Those two images merged in LR CC then finished in PSCC I chose a vertirama for flexibility in the final composition.