When the light began to shine, Santian was still in the sea, and life was even more difficult to know. Fortunately, curiosity has never stopped humans from exploring. The stars are removable, even if they have been here for hundreds of millions of years.
Photographer: landed in the Buddha with his boss. He was photographed in March 6, 2019 in the city of Australia. 6D + + 50Art + 2 soft focus lens, ISO 8000, f/1.6, exposure for 10 seconds.
Coming to La island in Spain, we recorded the Gran Telescopio Canarias (GTC) under the Milky way. Its primary mirror has a diameter of 10.4 meters and consists of 36 hexagonal lenses. Although it is one of the largest optical and infrared telescopes on earth, it is still small and great under the Milky way.
Photographer: taken at the Spanish island Observatory in August 27, 2019. A7S + + 55mm lens, ISO 5000, f/1.8, single exposure 8 seconds, multiple superimposed noise reduction.
The Great Wall witnesses the rise and fall of China’s honor and disgrace, while the Firebird in Orion rises behind the Great Wall and soars into the sky.
Photographer: Jasmine, August 29, 2019, at the Great Wall of Jinshan Mountains, Hebei Province. Sony Nex3n + Sanyang 135mm lens, ISO 1600, f/2.0, single exposure for 30 seconds, 20 superimposed, star part equator tracking.
The end of August ushered in the curtain call for the summer galaxy and the winter starry sky. Down the dream desert road, we pulled over and climbed up the sand dunes, recording the moment Orion, King of the constellation, rose before dawn.
Photographer: Dong Shuchang, August 29, 2019, in Tengger Desert, Alashan League, Inner Mongolia. Sony a7r3 + 50mm lens, ISO 1000, f/1.4, single exposure for 30 seconds, sky part: equator tracking, 5 stacks; ground part: close equator, sheets.
Last year, I wanted to take a picture of Orion rising in this place. Although the humidity is serious, it creates a natural soft focus effect, highlighting the constellation.
Photographer: 2 September 2019, Mawa Island, Fengsheng Port, Malaysia. Nikon D750 upgrade + Shima 20Art + Yulong L-Pro filter, star part: ISO 800, f/3.2, single exposure 180 seconds, Eton SkyGuider Pro equator tracking, 6 stacks; foreground part: ISO 1600, f/2.5, single exposure 120 seconds, close equator, 4 stacks.
Alpine Red Sentinel is the reputation of Nanshan Air Defense Sentinel, which is located on the top of the west mountain of Nanshan Ranch in Shaoyang City, Hunan Province. In the square south of the post, there is an exhibition of modern retired weapons. There are some airplanes, artillery and tanks on display. In October, when night fell, the clear sky was full of stars, and the galaxy hung high in the direction of tanks and artillery. In this situation, as if a real version of the war is about to start, "Galaxy Formation" is waiting to protect the country.
Photographer: M, on October 6, 2018, in Nanshan Ranch, Shaoyang City, Hunan Province. Nikon D810a + Shima 20A, ISO 2500, f/1.6, exposure for 10 seconds.
Cold and magical night, from the hail at sunset, to the subsequent gale, heavy rain, cloudy day, and finally out of the silver heart. Finally, I got the picture of the Milky Way I wanted, and I was very excited. Unfortunately, the wind kept blowing, wrinkling the water and scattering the reflection. Maybe another night next time!
Photographer: @Dawn_718, May 7, 2019 in Lenggacuo, Yulong West Village, Gongga Mountain Township, Sichuan Province. Canon 5DS converter + Canon 24L II + Yulong Clear Sky pre-filter, starry sky part: ISO 2000, f/2.2, equator tracking, single exposure 135 seconds; landscapes part: ISO 5000, f/1.6, single exposure 25 seconds, closed equator; sky area 30 pieces of stitching.
Two years ago today, a spectacular total solar eclipse crossed the continental United States. Towards noon, the day is like night, and there is a brilliant evening near the horizon. Being in the huge shadow of the moon, I can’t help exclaiming that this is the most astonishing astronomical wonder that human beings can see!
Photographer: @Gra_Gra, 21 August 2017, Casper, Wyoming, USA. Nikon D810 + 14-24 lens, focal length 14mm, ISO 60, f/5.6, exposure 0.6 seconds.
At sunset, the sky is still occupied by clouds, which makes people worried. As we enter the blues, the clouds begin to shine! Take out the camera to record the scene and enjoy the dream scene of the Milky Way and Lightning.
Photographer @gufeimiller, July 31, 2019, in Huishui County, Guizhou Province. Sony A7M3 + Shima 14A, ISO 3200, f/2.0, single exposure for 15 seconds, the lightning part is taken before and after 5 stacks.
At 8 o’clock, he sat at home eating dumplings. At 9:30, he sat on Wenchang’s train and arrived at the shooting site at 11 o’clock. It’s another Star Covenant that says go and go. Although the way of shooting stars is always lonely, it is good to have the galaxy always accompanied.
Photographer: @Never give up Koda duck, July 28, 2019, in Wenchang Stone Park, Hainan. Sony A7m2 + Vijos 201.8, ISO 6400, f/1.8, exposure 13 seconds, later brightening the stars.
When the moon rose slowly from the sea, the bright yellow moonlight illuminated the sea, the girls waved their hands excitedly. Unfortunately, the photo can not restore one thousandth of the beauty of the scene.
Photographer: @Skysailor OrIoN, 20 July 2018, at Bonmbo Headland, Sydney, Australia. Sony A7R3 + Shima 14A, f/4, ISO 6400, exposure for 8 seconds.
Before the partial eclipse, the moon moved behind the Wenbi Pagoda. The phantom moon appeared under the cover of thin clouds, which combined into a beautiful phantom of the ancient pagoda. When the soft face of the moon came out again from behind the tower, it had been kissed by the Skydog.
Photographer: @mg 8090, July 17, 2019, at the Wenbi Pagoda of Hejie Town, Babu District, Hezhou City, Guangxi. Nikon D800 + ZF25/2, f/5.6, ISO 640, single exposure for 10 seconds, a total of 6 pieces after cutting.
The Perseid meteor shower arrived as expected. It was a great honor to lie by the salt lake and watch the cosmic fireworks quietly.
Photographer: @My own classic, on August 13, 2018, in Qinghai Chaerhan Salt Lake National Mine Park. Base image: Nikon D810A + Sanyang 201.8 lens, ISO 6400, f/2.0, single exposure 25 seconds, 12 groups of stitching, each group 5 pieces superimposed noise reduction; Meteor part: Nikon D850, D810A, D750 + Sanyang 201.8, Nikon 201.8, Nikon 14-24 2.8, three camera shooting, ISO 12800, maximum aperture, exposure 10 seconds or 20 seconds, 98 alignment stars Point superposition.
On July Eve, 2019, the Milky Way is especially bright after the moon falls behind. Appreciating the galaxy and beautiful scenery of Ulan Butong under the stars, suddenly someone shouted, there were meteors! Looking up, a spot of light is slowly growing larger. From experience, it seems that another rocket is doing something at high altitude. Call to you immediately, in this unexpected opportunity, take a group photo as a souvenir.
Photographer: @robbrui, August 7, 2019 in Ulan Butong Scenic Area, Inner Mongolia. Canon 6D2 + Canon 241.4, ISO 3200, f/1.4, 15 seconds exposure.
From Kenya to Indonesia, and from the United States to Chile, many remote corners of the world have left us chasing the shadow of the moon. As I said, it will take you a lifetime to travel around the world and experience the most spectacular phenomena on earth. This is our life’s agreement, said, done. @ Emmel
Photographer: I myselfOn July 2, 2019, near La Higuera, Chile. Canon 6D2 + 1002.8 L Macro, automatic exposure shooting video, multiple screenshots superimposed later.
Yingxian Bridge is located on the Melancholy River near Liumenwu, Taoyuan Township, Xinchang County, Zhejiang Province. It is the first ancient stone arch bridge similar to catenary arch found in China. It is said that Liu Chen and Ruan Zhao, the young people of the Eastern Han Dynasty, lost their way in collecting medicines in Tianmu Mountain and met Fairies in Liumenwu and got the name.
Photographer: Zhou Yijun, July 31, 2019, in Liumenwu Village, Xinchang County, Zhejiang Province. Canon 1DxII + Shima 152.8 fish eyes, ISO 5000, f/2.8, single exposure for 20 seconds, 8 stacks.
In Fengxian, Shanghai, there is also a corner where you can see the brilliance of the stars. Although the effect is not as good as Chongming, the degree of light damage is lighter than Nanhuizhou. Take advantage of the weekend before the typhoon season after the Meiyu, listen to the waves beating on the levee, brush the Magic Milky Way once.
Photographer: @Arthur_Q, importer, 28 July 2017, Fengxian, Shanghai. Sony A7R3 + Shima 35A, ISO 1600, f/1.8, single exposure for 8 seconds, 3 splices.
Waiting for more than half a year, finally breaking the magic spell of clouds today. The humble peaks and ponds of the past have also become fantastic against the backdrop of the Milky Way. Near August, fireflies were still flying by the water, as if celebrating the hard-won sunny day with us.
Photographer: @_Tick, 27 July 2019, Shanglin County, Guangxi. Nikon D750 + Nickel 201.8, ISO 3200, f/2, single exposure for 20 seconds, space and earth two composite.
Continuous sultry cloudy day, finally there is an empty window period, just in time for an iridium flash, appeared near the moon. With the fall of Iridium 61 a few days ago, a generation of Iridium has only 97 left to work. Iridium flashes, an artificial celestial phenomenon, will disappear completely with its final fall. Perhaps this will be the only and last time I have ever photographed Iridium with a moon.
Photographer: @lifelens, 26 July 2019, at the corner of the Palace Museum in Beijing. Canon 5D2 + 50mm lens, f/2.0, ISO 100, single exposure for 6 seconds, 3 stacks.
As night falls, lightning breaks through the night sky, like one elf after another, breaking through the obstacles of darkness and jumping into the picture.
Photographer: @F0_95, June 2, 2019, Dongbian Gate, Dongcheng District, Beijing. Canon 5D4 + 16-35 lens, focal length 35mm, ISO 100, f/11, single exposure for 30 seconds, 17 maximum stacks of lightning photos in the sky and 4 stacks in the landscape.
Star shooting begins with seeing a red meteor with a green wake. The sea at night is somewhat frightening, especially when the tide rapidly invades the land after the moon falls. Don’t walk gently on the dark beach, or you’ll be swept away like us by a cell phone, a headlight, a flashlight, a camera bag, and the sand on the scaffold after two hours of washing at home.
Photographer: @Valerie____, April 12, 2019, in Catherine Hill Bay, New South Wales, Australia. Canon 5D4 + Shima 24-35 lens, focal length 24mm, f/2, ISO 5000, exposure 15 seconds, human and landscape focus synthesis respectively.
Near the early morning, on the top of the Tagong grassland at 4200 meters above sea level, the Galactic Arch Bridge rises with the remnant moon and Venus, forming a unique and spectacular galactic eye.
Photographer: @tonypysm, March 3, 2019, Tagong Grassland, Ganzi Prefecture, Sichuan Province. Sony A7 + Shima 20A, ISO 2500, f/1.4, single exposure for 20 seconds, 16 splices.
Numerous pillars stand on the orange earth, which looks entirely alien. A strong red glow surrounds the earth, giving the night sky a trace of alien color. On such an unknown planet, two Jedi warriors fought a life-and-death duel.
Photographer: @ Nickname Simon, July 7, 2019 in Southern State Park, Western Australia. Sony A7R Revamp + Shima 20A + LEE 2 Flexible Focus Filter, f/1.4, ISO 1600, single exposure 15 seconds, 7 splices.
Lugu Lake is not only clear blue water, but also a bright starry sky overhead at night. Despite the fact that it has become a place for net Reds to punch in and light damage is becoming more and more serious, it still can not hinder our original intention of searching for the stars.
Photographer: @Star. Man, March 12, 2019, Lugu Lake, Yunnan Province. Canon 6D change + Shima 20Art + Yulong L-Pro UT filter, ISO 6400, f/2.0, exposure 20 seconds.
Gang Rinpochi, the center of the world, the place that many people yearn for, I am at his feet, dreaming of the stars.
Photographer: @My own classic, taken on June 1, 2019 in Aliplan County, Tibet. Nikon D810A + Nikon 851.8 lens, f/1.8, ISO 12800, single exposure for 5 seconds, 12 groups of stitching, each group of 5 pieces superimposed noise reduction.
Traveling long distances under heavy loads, looking forward to sunset and rainbow, etc. is a surprise combination of thunderstorms and sunset. The same is true of filming beliefs. The meaning of persistence is the expectation of unknown surprises, as if it were a pleasure immersed in small pleasures.
Photographer: @Xiaochen, July 13, 2019, at the Great Wall of Jinshanling, Hebei Province. Nikon D5500 + Touri 11-16, focal length 16mm, ISO 400, f/11, single exposure 2 seconds, 6 stacks superimposed.
This is supposed to be the fastest star shooting trip. It was decided at 19 o’clock and assembled at 20 o’clock. In the morning four hours later, it had reached Dahongshan 230 kilometers away. We are greeted not only by the bright stars but also by the rolling sea of clouds and the spiritual dance of the stars.
Photographer: @Xingbei Feather, July 11, 2019, in Dahongshan, Suizhou, Hubei Province. Nikon D850 + Shima 14A, f/1.8, ISO 4000, exposure for 20 seconds.