Some of the photos I managed to capture on a field trip to the brecon beacons last thursday night. Without the moon, it was very dark so that’s why more stars were visible and even parts of the milky way band too. The weather has been horrid all week but thankfully it was very clear on the night we went up. If you look closely at the first photo, that hazy, slightly elongated source of light above the trees to the left of the milky way band is actually the andromeda galaxy!
Sandwich Bag Method: tear open the bottom of a sandwich bag and wrap it around your camera lens to create this hazy effect in your photos. Bonus: use it during golden hour & create all sorts of crazy light effects.
Photo @ladzinski / Hazy sunrise over smoke filled valleys of #GlacierNationalPark from nearby fires, some as far away as Washinton state. The ashy sky filling the park created an atmosphere and depth extenuating the complex landscape of the glacially carved terrain. Photo taken last October on assignment for an up and coming #climateChange story for @natgeo by natgeo