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Hospitals Reef Milky Way.

Tonight, I returned to my favorite place to shoot the sunset and long exposure photographs. Imagine my surprise when I bumped into fellow photographers @christina_laugaland & @jeremynoyesphotography , who asked whether i was staying to shoot the Milky Way!

This was my very first time photographing the Milky Way, and I really appreciate all the tips Christina gave me! Thanks for hanging out with me!

I hope you enjoy this photo as much as I enjoyed learning how to take it!

20 mm
ISO 800
F 2.8
10 seconds

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Schøtstuene, Bergen, Norway
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The Speed of Light.

On this evening, I set up my tripod over Interstate 5, looking south toward Downtown San Diego. Because of the hazy sky & clouds, we got the beautiful post-sunset pink & purple colors along the horizon.

With a neutral density filter & long 30 second shutter speed, the headlights & taillights of the moving vehicles on Interstate 5 become streaks of light, leading straight to Downtown. Enjoy!

24mm
ND8
ISO 400
F 6.3
30 seconds

Nighttime Reflection.
The Botanical Building with the Lily Pond in the foreground is one of the most photographed scenes in San Diego's Balboa Park. Built for the 1915-16 Exposition, this historical building is one of the largest lath structures in the world.

This lovely nighttime reflection was captured October 7, 2017. Using a long 30-second exposure, the water becomes silky, allowing the colorful lights on the Botanical Building to he perfectly reflected in the Lily Pond. Enjoy!

24 mm
ISO 100
F 9
30 seconds

A splash of color on a gray day.

On this Dia de los Muertos, may your family & friends that have passed always have peaceful spiritual journeys.

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Hospitals Reef Milky Way.

Tonight, I returned to my favorite place to shoot the sunset and long exposure photographs. Imagine my surprise when I bumped into fellow photographers @christina_laugaland & @jeremynoyesphotography , who asked whether i was staying to shoot the Milky Way!

This was my very first time photographing the Milky Way, and I really appreciate all the tips Christina gave me! Thanks for hanging out with me!

I hope you enjoy this photo as much as I enjoyed learning how to take it!

20 mm
ISO 800
F 2.8
10 seconds

The Speed of Light.

On this evening, I set up my tripod over Interstate 5, looking south toward Downtown San Diego. Because of the hazy sky & clouds, we got the beautiful post-sunset pink & purple colors along the horizon.

With a neutral density filter & long 30 second shutter speed, the headlights & taillights of the moving vehicles on Interstate 5 become streaks of light, leading straight to Downtown. Enjoy!

24mm
ND8
ISO 400
F 6.3
30 seconds

Nighttime Reflection.
The Botanical Building with the Lily Pond in the foreground is one of the most photographed scenes in San Diego's Balboa Park. Built for the 1915-16 Exposition, this historical building is one of the largest lath structures in the world.

This lovely nighttime reflection was captured October 7, 2017. Using a long 30-second exposure, the water becomes silky, allowing the colorful lights on the Botanical Building to he perfectly reflected in the Lily Pond. Enjoy!

24 mm
ISO 100
F 9
30 seconds

Look Into My Crystal Ball.

This last weekend, I participated in the Scott Kelby Annual Worldwide Photowalk. It was a beautiful fall day with deep blue skies, and I took the opportunity to play with my crystal ball for the very first time. I don't know whether they can forecast the future, but I think I will likely be taking the crystal ball out more! Enjoy!

Fly Me To The Moon.

As the Blue Angels prepare for San Francisco's Fleet Week, I found this lucky photograph of them flying by the moon at the Miramar Air Show. It's amazing that these amazingly accomplished pilots are able to maintain an 18-inch separation & overlap their wings! Enjoy!

When you play with fire, you might get burned.

You never know where the sparks will fly when you spin steel wool. On this evening, I felt a hot spark hit my head, which cinged my hair & might have created a bald spot (Just kidding!)! Yet, it's worth it when you get a great photograph! Enjoy!

28 mm
ISO 160
f 9
6 seconds

Surfer Boy.
Luckily, there was just a little bit of haze this evening, giving us a tinge of pink in the blue hour post-sunset sky. Incredibly grateful for @yoshi_g for being in the right place at the right time for me to capture this photograph. Enjoy!

The Sound of Freedom.
There are few things more exhilarating than watching the Blue Angels flying their F/A-18 Hornets in their Annual Miramar Airshow. These accomplished pilots maintain an 18-inch separation & are so close that the wingtips of the jets overlap each other! Enjoy!

Cotton Candy Colored Clouds.

Tonight, there was a thick fog bank along the coast, so inland, high on the mountaintop was the place to be. Luckily, Mother Nature gifted us these dappled clouds just above the horizon to add color to the sunset sky. Enjoy!

20 mm
ISO 100
f 10
1/30 second

At the Library.

On our way to see a show at La Jolla Playhouse, we stopped by the beautiful UC San Diego Geisel Library, named in honor of Audrey & Theodor Seuss Geisel, better known as Dr. Seuss. Luckily, this beautiful pink & blue sky appeared shortly after sunset.

Without a tripod this evening and carrying only a 20mm lens, I had to push the ISO, so that a shorter shutter speed could be used for a hand-held photo. Enjoy!

20mm
F 2.8
1/200 second
ISO 2500

Lunar Halo.

On this Corn Moon, I was drawn to the beauty of the clouds with the orange aura around it. The color is caused by particles & water droplets in the atmosphere, which refract the moon's light, similar to the way rainbows are caused.

Because of the moon's brightness, I photographed the moon and surrounding clouds using a bracketing method.

Enjoy!

Ring of Fire.

When It's hot inland, of course you head to the beach to play with fire! 😉

Oh, there's so many things going on in this photo! Our friend @randymiller76 is spinning steel wool & magnesium, after which Kim walks by with her fire-breathing pixelstick, giving us this awesome photo of Randy in the middle of the flames! Best of all, we had a ton of fun playing! Enjoy!

ISO 100
f 13
20 seconds

Incoming Tide.

Photographing the rising tide during sunset is one of my favorite things. On this evening, Mother Nature gave us just a bit of cloud cover to yield some beautiful colors. With a neutral density filter & slow shutter speed, you can feel the rush of the incoming tide. Enjoy!
Photographed March 8, 2017
20mm
ISO 100
F 10
1/6 second
ND 8 filter

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