Thursday, 16 March 2017

Tingwall earlier in month

 Finally after some time i have processed some photos from an Aurora at Tingwall at the beginning of the month. These were all taken with a Sony A7s and a 24mm lens a great combination

Detail in this full frame camera seems a lot better even though it only has a 12 Mp sensor.

All taken at ISO 3200 F/2 these are a lot cleaner images than most of the other full frame cameras. The Sony A7s ability of handling high ISO makes it the ideal camera for night photography. I am still waiting to push it to its limits and hope to post images here soon.

With its wide open vistas Tingwall is an ideal location, looking north from the boat house. For the second time in a couple of months an otter came out on the jetty beside me and jumped straight back in the loch surprising both of us.

Its surprising how busy this road is but the headlights can add an extra dimension when they light up the houses at the north end. 

I have just developed a  new NIGHTSCAPES Photography course for  Shetland Adult Education , this will take place Monday 9.30 - 12.30- 6 sessions x 3 hours starting end of October 2017 covering equipment, planning, Milky way, stars, Orion, Moon, Aurora, Processing, dealing with noise and some other areas. Send me a message if you are interested in attending this course in Shetland

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Please take a look at my other blogs
shetland  - out time in Shetland - Shetland widlife

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