The Perseid Meteor Shower radiant stack at Great Sand Dunes National Park in Colorado was shot just below High Dune. Image photographed and edited by Matt Hill @MattHillArt during our night photography workshop. During the time between twilight and moonrise, Matt shot 321 frames to capture 16 of the best meteors. Matt spent a couple hours post-processing and stacking in all the meteors to create a meteor radiant showing their origin near the constellation of Perseus. Behind this is a spectacular Milky Way touching the northern horizon and arcing up into the sky.
We’re so proud of our group for making the trek up the Dunes. No small feat on slippery sand and above 8,000ft in elevation. #seizethenight!
See link in Bio for details on all our workshops which go live on Saturday! 📷 - Nikon D750 🔘 - Zeiss Distagon 15mm f/2.8 🎞 - ISO 100 🔘 - f/2.8 🎞 - 22 seconds x 321 images