Bonsai Trails 2 on Flickr.Via Flickr:
The night after I went to Bodie back in June I decided to head to Lake Tahoe to go to Bonsai Rock, which has long been on my bucket list. I got there around 5:30 so I had plenty of time to kill. I still can’t believe I carried my 4 bags and track, at once, down the steep hill to here! Was well worth it. So after kicking back and having a few beers I decided to set up. I shot sunset, which was decent and then waited for it to get a bit darker to start some more timelapses and do this star stack. 
I posted a color version a while back: on.fb.me/17s1N2U
*About This Shot*
Canon 5D MK III
Canon 16-35mm f/2.8 L II
ISO 3200
f/2.8
25 Second Shots
Induro Tripods CT214 
Getting a shot like this take lots of time and patience. In total it is 180 images stacked which mean it took around 126 minutes or 2 hours and 6 minutes. I then also took a 127 second shot to get a better foreground. Which still could be better in my opinion, next time! 
To learn how I processed this shot please visit my blog post: tobyharriman.com/bonsai-trails/Website | facebook | Google+ | Tumblr | Twitter | Flickr | 500px | Stipple | Vimeo | Behance

Bonsai Trails 2 on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
The night after I went to Bodie back in June I decided to head to Lake Tahoe to go to Bonsai Rock, which has long been on my bucket list. I got there around 5:30 so I had plenty of time to kill. I still can’t believe I carried my 4 bags and track, at once, down the steep hill to here! Was well worth it. So after kicking back and having a few beers I decided to set up. I shot sunset, which was decent and then waited for it to get a bit darker to start some more timelapses and do this star stack.

I posted a color version a while back: on.fb.me/17s1N2U

*About This Shot*

Canon 5D MK III
Canon 16-35mm f/2.8 L II
ISO 3200
f/2.8
25 Second Shots
Induro Tripods CT214 

Getting a shot like this take lots of time and patience. In total it is 180 images stacked which mean it took around 126 minutes or 2 hours and 6 minutes. I then also took a 127 second shot to get a better foreground. Which still could be better in my opinion, next time!

To learn how I processed this shot please visit my blog post: tobyharriman.com/bonsai-trails/

Website | facebook | Google+ | Tumblr | Twitter | Flickr | 500px | Stipple | Vimeo | Behance

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