God's Promise

© Ken Smith

God

Uploaded: July 27, 2020 | Entered: July 27, 2020 06:51:05

Description

Milky Way over rural western Iowa. I used a pano-tilt head to take a series of overlapping photos...75 total photos. 15 compositions with five photos stacked in each composition. Three rows with 5 stacks in each row. The bottom row had more of the foreground whereas the next two rows included more stars in the vertical. For the 5-photo stacks, I used a star stacking application to reduce noise within the stack. I did 15 separate noise reduction images. I then used PTGui pano software to combine the 15 stacks (five frames in each rows; three rows in the vertical).

Exif: Camera: ; Shutter Speed: 10/1; Aperture: ; ISO: 4000; Orientation: 1; Date: 2020:07:24 20:10:00

Comments

Janet Criswell level-deluxe July 27, 2020

/Wow! That is an impressive image, Bob! And an impressive technique to achieve it! #1743650

Janet Criswell level-deluxe July 27, 2020

Sorry! Ken, not Bob! #11821211

Harvey A. Ravitch July 27, 2020

The Effort was Worth It ! Outstanding , Exceptional image . A Favorite ! #11821220

Terry Korpela level-deluxe July 27, 2020

Nicely Done Ken! #11821236

G. Margaret Hennes level-deluxe July 27, 2020

Stunning capture, Ken! A fave! #11821319

Randall V. Rainey level-deluxe July 27, 2020

Ken, what a wonderful composite and composition to make this great image... << A FAV #11821360

LJ Corliss level-classic July 28, 2020

Excellent :) #11821474

Joanna Kovalcsik level-classic July 29, 2020

Marvelous! #11821833

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