bennyhynes
bennyhynes

Aurora borealis



Aurora borealis reflections.

Aurora borealis reflections.
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Awards

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Contest Finalist in Visuals of Life Photo Contest
Peer Award
2001vermont mhinsbeeck ARUNASPINIGIS RDDIIPhotography aliceforrallies DEBOLINA_MOITRA Natedoggnms +30
Superb Composition
ubhaskar13 Paulacook144 giuslc sxsvexen connielynngates 1974Erwin trondstrand +18
Absolute Masterpiece
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Top Choice
gerardhildebrandt Eich jstowe919 toxictabasco pnewbery tadejturk CCMitroff +3
All Star
dsimonewilson clarissasolizgamez AlanJakarta janland
Magnificent Capture
Mish55 Albert-Serra-Photography RALeArt p_eileenbaltz
Outstanding Creativity
Kksgram rebeccaporter
Superior Skill
Pblais

Top ClassTM

Composing With Symmetry Photo ContestTop 20 class
Visuals of Life Photo ContestTop 10 class
Visuals of Life Photo ContestTop 10 class week 3
Visuals of Life Photo ContestTop 10 class week 2
Visuals of Life Photo ContestTop 10 class week 1

Behind The Lens

Location
Photo was taken at Roksøyfjord, Vesterülen, northern norway.
Time
It was late in the evening, in january i think, around noon.
Lighting
I love chasing the aurora. Love the colours and speed if it! At times, in many diff colours, and speed.
Equipment
Canon 6D fullframe, with the nikon nikkor af-s 14-24g ed lense. Remote shutter control, and a tripod.
Inspiration
The shape of the light, reflected in the pond just beside the mainstreet:-)
Editing
Little adjustment, like added a little more sharpnes, and took away some iso- noise. Not much...
In my camera bag
I have a Canon dslr 6D, lenses, surch as nikon 14-24 incl adaptor to fit my canon. Canon 70-200 f/4 usm. Sigma 50mm f/1.4. 430 ex flash. Velbond df50 tripod. Canon remote shutter control ..
Feedback
Warm clothes! Gloves! Train in Manual mode, and just try to shot, and fail until you got it... you simply have to try and fail until you got it! Use a tripod! You have to, because of long exposures over several seconds. Lenses as wide as possible, like 14-24 mm(14mm). Blender as low as 2.8/3.5. Iso 800-5000, dep on camerabrand and model. Try exptime.. you will fail, at the start, but you'll get it. Mail me if you need more tips:-)

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