Scattered Diamonds

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Image Credit & Copyright: Jaxson Pohlman.

Let’s start our week with this great night sky image from Jaxson Pohlman.  This is a composite image of two separate nights of shooting.  The tree line in this image was shot on location in Oregon while the night sky was captured with a single 20 second exposure near Wichita, Kansas.  Two places, I may add that I’ve never been and there are only six states I haven’t been to.  Looks like a road trip may be in order in the next handful of years.

The aspect that I love the most about composite images is that you can make the impossible happen while still using real images.  In fact, sometimes when you see an image in your mind (I have a few ideas myself) the effort that goes into capturing multiple images at multiple locations can be even more challenging that a single shot single location image.  I just love scenes like this and I love seeing what people can come up with to highlight the night sky to help make the world take notice.  Especially those who otherwise wouldn’t have bothered or may even have known that such wonders exist.

Great job on this image Jaxson and keep then coming!  If you want to see more of his work, hit the links below.

Jaxson Pohlman Instagram: https://instagram.com/jaxsonpohlmanphotography/

Google Plus: https://plus.google.com/103384684047162550176/posts

Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/jaxsonpohlman

Twitter: https://twitter.com/jaxsonpohlman

Image Credit & Copyright: Jaxson Pohlman.

Let’s start our week with this great night sky image from Jaxson Pohlman.  This is a composite image of two separate nights of shooting.  The tree line in this image was shot on location in Oregon while the night sky was captured with a single 20 second exposure near Wichita, Kansas.  Two places, I may add that I’ve never been and there are only six states I haven’t been to.  Looks like a road trip may be in order in the next handful of years.

The aspect that I love the most about composite images is that you can make the impossible happen while still using real images.  In fact, sometimes when you see an image in your mind (I have a few ideas myself) the effort that goes into capturing multiple images at multiple locations can be even more challenging that a single shot single location image.  I just love scenes like this and I love seeing what people can come up with to highlight the night sky to help make the world take notice.  Especially those who otherwise wouldn’t have bothered or may even have known that such wonders exist.

Great job on this image Jaxson and keep then coming!  If you want to see more of his work, hit the links below.

Jaxson Pohlman Instagram: https://instagram.com/jaxsonpohlmanphotography/

Google Plus: https://plus.google.com/103384684047162550176/posts

Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/jaxsonpohlman

Twitter: https://twitter.com/jaxsonpohlman

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