New Star Shooting Techniques

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Well, at least new to me. I decided to finally try my hand at star trails, and did this one thing where I zoomed halfway through the shot. I thought it was interesting, and I like it :)

1. $DSC_0715-2.JPG Basic star shot with trees.

2. $DSC_0740-2.JPG The zoom thing I mentioned. You wouldn't call this abstract, and you wouldn't call it complete realism since the actual sky doesn't have those bigger blurs. I don't know what you'd call it (don't be snide), but I think it looks interesting.

3. $DSC_0761-2.JPG And the startrail. I know it's not a long one, but I didn't have the hardware/software on me to set it to automatically take shots through the night so I just set it on bulb and let it run for awhile. The colors look a little wonky, and I had to do some heavy noise reduction, but I don't think it's a terrible start.

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Bump. Give me some feedback, people!
 
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In my eyes, the zoom made it look like you were pointing straight up into the night sky while it was snowing. Either way you look at it, it's pretty cool looking.

Yes, I suppose it does! Nice observation! :)
 
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