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Night at Echo Lake
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This is a two exposure blend to capture the fall foliage colors and the night sky. The lights coming from the White Mountain Hotel & Resort at the base of Cathedral Ledge actually added some good subtle lighting on the mountain.
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Milky Way and Moon rise reflections over the Penobscot River at Sandy Point Beach in Maine. Captured as our workshop was wrapping up in March 2017, this was a beautiful but brutal scene to photograph in single digit temps with a blustery 25+mph wind that wouldn't let up during the four hours we were shooting.
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Single exposure capturing the night sky and traffic crossing the Deer Isle-Sedgwick bridge in Maine.
An abandoned ship under the night sky in Maine. Single exposure. Good leading lines. A great find.
From the quick aurora display in mid February 2014 in central Maine. The Moon was very bright and washed out a lot of the sky and the aurora but made for some nice foreground lighting on the snow.
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Some planning and luck came together for this single exposure taken at the Pemigewasset Overlook on the Kancamagus Highway in the White Mountains. We had a good time setting up lots of tealights as the Milky Way moved into position above the gazebo.
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Shadow Rays at Marshall Point
Marshall Point lighthouse is one of our favorite spots to shoot at night. In this image the ‘wagon wheel’ effect from the astragals in the tower's cap design adds to the otherworldly feel.
The early spring Milky Way rising through North Window at Arches National Park.
Somniloquy is the term that describes the act of talking while asleep. All of the images in our Somniloquy series have to do with exposure blends and creativity: day shots for the foreground and night shots for the sky, processed and blended via Lightroom & Photoshop CC with a dream state in mind.
Night at the Fins
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