Playing with lights under the Auroras

Submitted by: Mark Stadsklev at Sun Apr 24 01:09:01 2005 UTC



Experimenting here with a small flashlight and detached camera strobe. I left my 1D on the tripod 20 sec exposure and walked into the scene on a frozen creek surface. I shone the flash light down on my white bunny-boots (US surplus) and fired my strobe at three different cottonwoods as I approached them. Mark Stadsklev 2005 see many others at www.alaskaphotopilot.com

 

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Aurora snakes 'round the Moon

Submitted by: Mark Stadsklev at Sun Apr 24 01:09:01 2005 UTC



Kink river lies cold and calm beneath the aurora and the moon, 40 miles north of Anchorage Alaska. Canon 1D Mark II 6 Seconds, iso 1600 F4.0 Mark Stadsklev 2005 see many more at www.alaskaphotopilot.com

Rivers of Auroras, Alaska

Submitted by: Mark Stadsklev at Sun Apr 24 00:58:01 2005 UTC



The moon sets before twin streams of Northern lights, over the Knik River Alaska. Canon 1D Mark II 20 seconds, iso 1000 F4.0 Mark Stadsklev for many others visit: www.alaskaphotopilot.com

Alaska River Aurora

Submitted by: Mark Stadsklev at Sun Apr 24 00:46:01 2005 UTC



The Northern Lights on April 12, '05. Chugach Mountains behind the Knik River. Warm 30 F. No wind ripples. Canon 1D MarkII exp. :08 sec. iso 1000 f3.5

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