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Alpen Lakes



Lakes under Col Del Nivolet on the Italian Alps

Lakes under Col Del Nivolet on the Italian Alps
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maxaraujo
 
maxaraujo November 02, 2021
Linda foto!
lainiebrown
 
lainiebrown Sep 14
Brilliant layout
Kosmotheoros
 
Kosmotheoros Sep 20
Amazing shot!
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Behind The Lens

Location
Took this picture on Col del Nivolet in the Gran Paradiso National Park in Italy
Time
This is a composite of 12 pictures taken on a span of time of 3 hours
Lighting
This is a composite of 12 pictures, 2 pictures for the foreground 1 for the stars and 9 for the light trails
Equipment
FujiFilm X-T4, Samyang 12mm F2.0 and a Benro tripod
Inspiration
Seen a lot of pictures taken there during daytime and knowing it faces South I wanted to try a Nightscape pictures with the Milky Way
Editing
Yes I did a composite in Photoshop using an early blue hour shot to light paint my late blue hour shot for the foreground and 9 pics for the light trails
In my camera bag
FujiFilm X-T4 with a 18-55mm F2.8-4, a 55-200mm F3.5-5.6, a Samyang 12mm F2.0 and my Benro tripod
Feedback
Take your time to scout the location and check the forecast to have clear skies and remember to take at least one blue hour shot to have a nice and clean foreground file

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