Maravillosa, puedo hacerme una ligera idea de lo que se puede sentir estando ahí, contemplando esa belleza natural bajo ese increíble cielo estrellado. Like y favorita. Saludos
► Otra bonita toma a este lugar tan interesante, buen tiro mi amigo.
► Un afectuoso saludo desde Chile.
How did you light this? Even whith a 30-second exposure, there is a lot of distance between camera and arch...a million candlepower floodlight would have a problem, and I don't think there is electricity way out there.
Greetings Austin, Here it is in a nutshell. I have five Speedlite 580 EX II, five Pocket Wizard Flex TT5, and two Pocket Wizard MTI. One MT is on the camera and fires the first burst. Then I use the second MT to fire four additional bursts. We also have two Maglite torches that paint the areas the flashes underexpose. You could smell the fried mosquitoes in the air after the shot. Each flash has a battery pack to ensure quick recycle. Hope that explains it for you. Cheers, Rich
My goodness, that is a lot of POOF! It came out well.
Probably visible from the international space station........... ;-) Cheers, Rich
Beautiful photo~~~~Outstanding shoot, great!!
Great night shot I suppose at the light of a bonfire...Wonderful sky ! Like and favourite !
Greetings Everyone, Thanks for the visits and the comments, Cheers, Rich
Amazing arches loooking like sculptures under the twinkling stars. LIKE!!!
Cheers, Alexandra & Karl-Heinz
Excellent night shot.
Best wishes from Jordan.
Greetings Everyone, Thanks for visiting the night shot and the wonderful comments left behind. Glad you like it. Cheers, Rich
Probably could see it (the flashes) on the ISS, Richard. One could see it up here in British Columbia ;)
10th L and great appreciation from Canada
Hola Querido amigo Rich
El Parque es muy bello y tus extraordinarias fotografías lo hacen mejor. Me gusta y favorita
Un saludo cordial desde Argentina, Chaydeé.
Greetings Everyone, Thanks for the visits and the comments. Cheers, Rich
Nice night view
Best wishes from Taiwan
Super shot L&F
Greetings Obeid, Thanks for the visit and the comment. I am glad you like the night shot. The technique is a work in progress. So much light is needed... Cheers, Rich
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