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I am proud to announce this shot placed 2nd in the photo competition Astronomy Photographer of The Year 2011, category Earth and Space. www.nmm.ac.uk/visit/exhibitions/astronomy-photographer-of... Also check out my northern lights video where some shots was made from same location and same day as this shot: vimeo.com/21419634 The great team from Lonelyleap films also made a short video about me and this shot. It can be viewed here: vimeo.com/28740524 Another shot from last friday...

I am proud to announce this shot placed 2nd in the photo competition Astronomy Photographer of The Year 2011, category Earth and Space. www.nmm.ac.uk/visit/exhibitions/astronomy-photographer-of... Also check out my northern lights video where some shots was made from same location and same day as this shot: vimeo.com/21419634 The great team from Lonelyleap films also made a short video about me and this shot. It can be viewed here: vimeo.com/28740524 Another shot from last friday...

“What the City Does Not Show You” | 50 Pictures That Will Make You Realise How Small You Really Are

50 Pictures That Will Make You Realise How Small You Really Are

“What the City Does Not Show You” | 50 Pictures That Will Make You Realise How Small You Really Are

Shooting ultra-long shutter speeds at night can turn a dimly lit scene into something that’s full of detail. In particular, this can even capture the otherwise unnoticeable movement of the stars. Capturing star trails is a great subject to photograph during the summer. It may get darker late, but skies are generally clearer and it's a lot less cold!

Shooting ultra-long shutter speeds at night can turn a dimly lit scene into something that’s full of detail. In particular, this can even capture the otherwise unnoticeable movement of the stars. Capturing star trails is a great subject to photograph during the summer. It may get darker late, but skies are generally clearer and it's a lot less cold!

Pools of hazy light stretch into the distance of this photograph taken near Bursa in Turkey. Above is the Milky Way (Sky away from the Lights © Tunç Tezel, 2010)

Pools of hazy light stretch into the distance of this photograph taken near Bursa in Turkey. Above is the Milky Way (Sky away from the Lights © Tunç Tezel, 2010)

Northern Light in Palmer Alaska (-6 degrees out)

Northern Light in Palmer Alaska (-6 degrees out)

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