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The Final Frontier

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»  The Final Frontier
I did a search on sxc for stars, couldn't find what i wanted, so i took the shot myself :)
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imaspy (||)
on Jun 16, 2004
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» Camera: Canon PowerShot A70
» Exp. time: 15 (15 secs)
» Aperture: f/3.2
» Focal length: 7 mm


26. Mar 15, 2010 Karioney
"This is just what I needed! Thank you! Using in the background of a magazine ad."

25. Jan 7, 2010 seshoki
"Nicely done. I love your sxc philosophy too."

24. Jun 21, 2009 rbp5321
"exactly what I needed too. thanks!!"

23. Mar 14, 2008 jelle80nl
"Haha fantastic I thought it was a completly black image!"

22. Dec 21, 2007 TheUsher
"great shot. using for a poster at niu. contact for a copy"

21. Jun 1, 2007 angelicana
"great star shot - thank you"

20. Oct 17, 2006 jennybugg
"this is just what i needed thanks for the image"

19. May 4, 2006 imaspy
"thankyou dille... i think maybe weirdvis doesnt recognise any constellations because he or she is from the northern hemisphere (UK). unless weirdvis is a hardcore astronomer, they probably wouldnt recognise southern hemisphere constellations :)"

18. Mar 5, 2006 Kitanne
"Wow, this is amazingly sharp. Beautiful and exactly the thing I was looking for. Beautiful shot."

17. Feb 23, 2006 fabelnard
"That is just perfect. I was really looking for a picture like that. Bravo and thank you ! "

16. Feb 21, 2006 dille
"Ooh, nice! It's as brilliant as it is simple. I disagree with weirdvis about the constellations not being in there -- in this case, it helps the shot as there's no "oh, look, I know that constellation" game going on. It's "just stars", which is great for "anonymous" backdrops. Thanks!"

15. Feb 16, 2006 lclement4
"great shot"

14. Feb 3, 2006 my4a4oc
"yes, this is exactly what i looking for! Thank you!"

13. Oct 8, 2005 Joge
"yay!!!, nice picture!!"

12. Sep 26, 2005 jasjnr
"Cheers, exactly what I was looking for. Thanks!"

11. Apr 19, 2005 g33k
"this was a lot more helpful then I thought. I love it! It's really awesome and I used it at (main image on spash page; I used it as an overlay at the top of my image and it helped give the 'tim burton' feel I was going for.)"

10. Apr 7, 2005 nocom
"thank you! thank you! thank you! thank you! thank you! thank you! thank you! thank you! thank you! thank you! ...did i mention thank you?"

9. Apr 5, 2005 n_yfe
"very useful. thanks!"

8. Sep 15, 2004 Nocturnica
"Wow. Thank you soooo much! this is EXACTLY what I was looking for! ^__^"

7. Jul 16, 2004 MaxPayne
"i always enjoy a good view of the's "calming" ;)"

6. Jun 17, 2004 weirdvis
"PS Inverting the image should bring out more detail."

5. Jun 17, 2004 weirdvis
"A good try but the exposure wasn't long enough. If you're using film try 2000ASA with a 20 second exposure (using a tripod of course and a remote release if you have one to minimise camera shake). Much longer than that and you'll get light trails. If you're using a DC then simply do a long exposure. Experiment with zooming in and out. It's more interesting if you snap recognised constellations - Orion, Ursa Major etc. If you have a mechanical camera try leaving the shutter open for a few hours and see what you get!!! I've caught sporadic meteors doing this but it's down to pure luck."

4. Jun 16, 2004 aksoy

3. Jun 16, 2004 aksoy
"This photo aint altered in Photoshop, people! I was right next to him when he took the shot ;) It turned out quite well."

2. Oct 20, 2005 djohnson18
"Great picture. Thanks!"

1. Jun 24, 2005 boomshanka
"fantastic pic . adjust levels in ps to bring stars out"

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