Friday, December 6, 2013

Photographing The Night Sky Over Whiteface

Night Sky over WhitefaceNight photography has always fascinated me.  Photography is all about light and I can’t help but wonder how long that light has journeyed through space before hitting the sensor on my camera.  The following were the camera settings used: f3.5, 30sec, ISO 3200.

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Brendan Wiltse

Brendan Wiltse is the Science & Stewardship Director for the Ausable River Association and a professional conservation photographer. He holds a Ph.D. in Biology from Queen's University in Canada. While not out on the water studying Adirondack lakes and streams, he is often roaming the Wilderness with his camera and dog. You can view is photography at www.brendanwiltse.com




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