I wanted to combine two images from last weekend on Lake Constance which I personally like, especially in side-by-side layout.
‘Diamond’ flyover formation of the Swiss PC-7 Team during this weekend’s AIRPOWER16 in Zeltweg, Austria.
Another image from my late night photoshoot (at 3am…) during the Perseid meteor shower. For this image I have stacked 60 individual images á 13sec exposure time with the free software StarStaX and I am quite pleased with the result.
Last weekend I had the chance to watch the Perseid meteor shower at a completely clear sky. I only got 3 hours of sleep that night, but it was worth it :) I took these images with my E-M5 and 12mm lens. Exposure time was 13sec at 2000ISO.
These are a few high-lights from my last 3-day hike across the Hochschwab mountain range. All images were taken with my E-M5 and 25mm lens.
I took this image while watching the geminid meteor shower two weeks ago in Leoben. I did not capture any trails on this image but I like how the milky way was still visible against the illumination from the city. Exposure was done for 13sec at 1600 ISO with my 12mm f2.0 lens.
This is one of my first attempts to capture the night sky + milky way. I took this image last weekend during a clear night with some fog passing through. I chose a shutter speed of 15s at ISO400 with my 12mm f2.0 lens. Unfortunately the ISO value was a bit to low to see more details of the milky way. With the building and fog in the foreground I still find the photo quite interesting.