Joined: Sat Dec 15, 2007 5:44 pm Posts: 704 Location: The Magic City
Well that was one of the coolest things I've seen in a while! Had to wait til I got home so I could watch it on the big screen and do it justice. Especially enjoyed the backcountry footage from the Teton Crest etc...
Stunning work. I can't even imagine how much time and effort went into making that 4.5 min clip. The clips with the stars and milky-way is simply amazing. Your camera can really capture all that? Unreal, thank you for sharing.
Joined: Wed Dec 21, 2011 10:22 am Posts: 83 Location: Bratislava, Slovakia, Europe
Great pictures and exposures, very nice shots What gear do you use?
_________________ One day it will be a Jones or Venture and a set of Karakorams Now it's Burton S-Series 165, old Nidecker bindings and Gecko skins ... Times change so now the stoke is on Tesla system and Afterburner bindings and K2 Ultrasplit...
Thanks for all the nice words. A time consuming hobby for sure. A lot of sleepless nights. I use Nikon DSLRs. Mostly a Nikon D200 until I saved up enough pennies to upgrade to the D800 this last spring. The high ISO performance is a must for starscapes. I mainly use a 14-24mm or 24mm prime lens. I built a custom dolly and pan tilt head for the motion shots. Stoked you guys like it!