Close up long exposure of Patagonia’s most majestic peak.
Shot with ND1000 filter, 80s @ f/32 ISO 100 56mm APS-C.
***Print Giveaway*** I want to gift you guys and gals a couple 16x24 metallic prints of some of my Milky Way shots. I’ve had such a fantastic year thanks to all of your encouragement, referrals and especially to the couples who have trusted me to capture their wedding days. I am so blessed to get to do what I love and travel and capture so many amazing experiences on film. So this is my way of giving a little something back.
Two ways to enter:
1) Just leave a comment on this photo. Simple as that. Boom you are entered.
2) Leave a review of my new podcast on iTunes (link in profile) sometimes they don’t show up so take a screenshot and DM me.
I’ll do a live drawing (one winner from the comments and one from the reviews) this Friday and ship the prints out right after. I’ll ship them anywhere in the US or you can pick them up in Nashville and meet me (if you aren’t super creepy). Per Instagram rules, I must mention this is in no way sponsored, administered, or associated with Instagram, Inc. By entering, entrants confirm they are 13+ years of age, release Instagram of responsibility, and agree to Instagram’s term of use. ❤️
Heart and Soul.
These nebula are not visible from my home country, so having the privilege of being able to capture these, is something very special for me.
Sony A7RII + Metabones IV +Canon 300mm f/4 L
Skywatcher Star Adventurer
60x 2min, ISO1600, f/4.5
Processed in DeepSkyStacker, Lightroom, Photoshop.