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Find the falling star in a bright summer night

“Perseids 2012: 100 shooting stars / minute”, so they said. Three intrepid photographer went to shoot such abundance of  shooting stars from midnight on. One Nikonist and two Canonists plus a model. They all came back with a catch. Some the Milky Way, some the trees and the stars, all the airplanes flying over the dark Swiss nights, one the model with the rising moon.

And, by mere chance, the last flare of a very bright shooting star! Can you find the weak one, too?

Recognize the subjects in the pictures below! Picture specs: minute-long exposure, f/2.8, ISO 800-1600, 17-55 mm, remote control, tripod.

Posted by lorenzoborghi on August 14, 2012
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  1. 08/15/2012

    blue tone looks much better, it seems…
    boy, the 2nd is as noisy as it can get!

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    • 08/15/2012

      so that you can see the difference between 1600ISO and 800ISO and the oldie 450D …

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