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4 x 1 minute exposures with 14mm fixed lens at ISO 2500. Concordia with K2, Broad Peak and Gasherbrum IV
© Ice Nine, Aug 2011
Totally amazing, keep them coming Ice Nine.......
mr mills - 26/Nov/11
Now that is a spectacular photo. Looks like you caught a meteor as well.
sbc_10 - 26/Nov/11
Indeed, on the 2nd exposure a really bright meteor burnt up. I've tried many times to catch a shooting star, this is my best yet.
Ice Nine - 26/Nov/11
Cosmic beauty, wonderfully captured. We live here!
lightbeam - 27/Nov/11
Incredible photo, might benefit from a narrower crop
Mike421 - 27/Nov/11
Wow! Lovely photo of the milky way :)
Master Chief - 27/Nov/11
amazing picture,thanks for sharing
tscoobydoo - 27/Nov/11
Awesome. This one was also my favourite of the prints you had on display at Kendal Festival - great detail.
Dan Arkle - 28/Nov/11
Thanks Dan, inevitably using a very high ISO has led to a less than totally sharp image but the overall effect is very pleasing. I wish I knew the solution; a lower ISO and longer shutter would lead to star trails but that may be a better compromise, I'll try that next time.
Ice Nine - 28/Nov/11
I saw this photo at Kendal Mountain Film Fest in print form.In my opinion should have been the photo of the fetival.The photo which won could have been taken in a studio.This was taken in the midst of the greatest mountain on the planet. It got to be one of the all time greatest mountain night photos.
richardeb - 28/Nov/11
yep, epic shot there. In terms of compromise, maybe splash out on an F1.0 :-)
Andy Nelson - 01/Dec/11
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UKH Photos - 04/Dec/11
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This is nothing short of phenomenal. Well done.
Dan-gerMouse - 13/Oct/13