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A warm jacket, patience, a clear sky and a little know how can net some amazing star trail photos. My popular ebook "Photographing the 4th Dimension — Time" details how to do this, but I've expanded on it with a 6 hour online video course.



If you're interested in star trail photography I'm discounting my Mastering Star Trail Photography Video course starting today by 35%. This discount is only good for the remainder of July. The video course includes 6 hours of instructional video plus a free copy of my eBook



To download the video course and ebook
visit http://www.inspiredexposure.com/webinars/
and use the discount code: IESTARS



Happy shooting!



Jim

Glacier Point Star Trails

One of the more majestic locations to view Half Dome and the eastern portion of Yosemite valley is from Glacier Point. The photo below was taken from sunset to late at night under moonlight transforming this amazing view into what you see.

If you're interested in star trail photography I'm discounting my Mastering Star Trail Photography Video course starting tonight by 35%. This discount is only good for the remainder of July. The video course includes 6 hours of instructional video plus a free copy of my eBook Photographing the 4th Dimension — Time

To download the video course and ebook
visit http://www.inspiredexposure.com/webinars/
and use the discount code: IESTARS

CARMA Array Star Trails

Star tails above the eastern California CARMA array

This was taken during a private workshop I held in January. If interested in learning how to take Star Trail photos be sure to check out my eBook at InspiredExposure.com

This image was created stacking (90) 2 minute exposures using Adobe Photoshop and the Stack-A-Matic script.

  • January 28th, 2012
  • Canon 5D Mark II
  • 16mmm / f/f/9 / 3 Hours sec

Olmstead Point Star Trails

Star trails above large boulders and trees at Olmstead Point, Yosemite National Park

This image is featured in my new eBook "Photographing the 4th Dimension – Time" that covers 7 slow shutter techniques in detail. If curious about it you can find it at www.inspiredexposure.com/

Photo details:
Canon 5D Mark II, EF16-35mm f/2.8L II USM, f/3.2, 90 minutes (stacked photos) at ISO 3200.

©2011 Jim M. Goldstein, All Rights Reserved

  • October 26th, 2011
  • Canon EOS 5D Mark II
  • 16mm / f/3.2 / 30 sec

Mono Lake Star Trails

Star trails reflected in Mono Lake - Mono Lake Tufa State Natural Reserve

The technique used for this photo is outlined in my latest eBook "Photographing the 4th Dimension – Time". It covers a total of 7 slow shutter techniques in detail including how to take star trail photos. If curious about it you can find it at www.inspiredexposure.com/

Photo Details:
Canon 5D Mark II, 16mm, ISO 3200, f/3.2, 66 minutes [(132) 30 second images, stacked]

©2012 Jim M. Goldstein, All Rights Reserved

  • January 27th, 2012
  • Canon EOS 5D Mark II
  • 19mm / f/3.2 / 30 sec

Mobius Arch Star Trails

Star trails above Mobius Arch in the Alabama Hills of California.

  • Canon EOS-1Ds Mark III
  • 15mm / f/4 / 7 hours sec

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Mona V.  about 3 years ago
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WOW!Can't find the words to say!!!