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I was wrapping up shooting the Milky Way when a stranger lit a fire on the beach. At first, I didn't think I was going to shoot the scene... (show more)
Exif Data
  • ILCE-6000
  • 12
  • f/2.0
  • 12mm
  • 20 seconds
  • 1000

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  1. Matthew Chesebrough

    I composed separately for the milky way and the foreground. This is an early attempt at teaching myself Photoshop. I’m happy to learn from the community.

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  2. Matthew Saville

    Looks like a pretty stunning, perfect shot, I especially love the reflection of the orange glow in the water! Thanks for submitting, and glad you kept shooting!

    How different were the exposures for the sky and the foreground, by the way? The composite work looks pretty perfect, nicely done…

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    • Matthew Chesebrough

      Hi Matt

      Thank you so much for your praise. The sky was exposed to 20s, F2.8 at ISO 1000. The Rocks were shot at ISO 400, for about the same amount of time. I used the lower ISO because I wanted the sharpness in the foreground.

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