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Sky- Nikon D300s| 17mm| f90 secs| f/5.6| ISO 400 52 frames stacked in Photoshop
Foreground-Nikon D810|15 secs.|20mm| f/2.2| ISO 2000
I lit up the gazebo with 14 little tea lights. All the elements were blended in Photoshop CC 22.4.2
more to come…
40 thoughts on “Wordless Weds. The Star Stop”
Thank you! 😀✨
Excellent!!! I understand how to do this but have not done it yet. Kudos to you … it’s fabulous! 😊
Thank you so much, Denise! 😀
Wow, amazing Deborah! Two completely different light sources1!
Thank you so much Jesh!!
I had stops of my own yesterday, Deborah. Every time I tried to get here something interrupted me. This is so cool! I love the lights inside the gazebo. Terrific work. Hugs on the wing.
Thank you so much, Teagan! I’m glad you like the image. 😀 Hugs!!
Wowza, Deborah, this is fabulous! I am mesmerized!! Congrats on a stunning photo ❤️
Thank you so much, Donna! I’m glad you like it. 😀
Thank you, Cheryl! 😀
Amazing what you can do with your photography Deborah, it is a beautiful artform.
Oh, thank you so much, Ashley!! I’m glad you like the image. 😀
Amazing photo, Deborah!
Thank you so much, Belinda!! 😀
Super photo, Deborah. Luch and maybe late-night wine spot.
Both sound great to me! Thank you, John!
I was saving my n’s yesterday. 🤣
Well done all around, but I never expect anything less when I visit. 🙂 And I’m never disappointed.
Oh, thank you so much, Janet!! I’m going to float on that all night! 🥰
Float away. You deserve it. (I’ll send my address so you can send the check right away.) Ha!!
Amazingly wonderful! I love your photo and a beautiful starry night.
Like the quote you posted, “A good snapshot keeps a moment from running away.” ― Eudora Welty
Isn’t that quote great! Thank you so much, Sheila!
Very nicely done, Deborah!
Thank you so much, Gordon! 😀
Thanks, Deb! 😀
Neat effect and worth the effort, I’d say.
Thank you very much, Ally! It was fun. 😀
Wow that’s very impressive!
Thank you so much, Brian! 😀
That is very good work, Deborah. The photography and the processing. It’s such an interesting result. I like it a lot.
Thank you so much, Dan! It was fun to do.
Now that’s an interesting effect! I like it.
Thank you so much, Pit! I’m glad you like it. 😀
I certainly do!